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What’s Your Choice: Special Edition

Through this final episode of What’s Your Choice for this season we thank you very, very much for all your wonderful support, your encouraging comments and your determination to fight with us against social evils by intervening. This show has made it clear, when anyone asks an ordinary Indian – What’s Your Choice – you’ve answered categorically – step in and do something, act – do not turn away and say this is none of my business.

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  1. Please conduct a social experiments on men’s right and the feminist approach which tries to portray all men as culprits, rapist, bully, womanizer etc. They forget the fact that false rape accusations are more than real rape cases, false cases under 498A are more than real cases. Feminist movement do not point out that men are committing suicide twice as much as women. A man if runs into a women is considered to have done this intentionally while a if women runs into a man, it is considered as an accident. If women publicly abuses and beats a man, people assume that it must be his fault…while if a man only shouts at a women he is considered as the most disgusting creature on earth irrespective whether the female is guilty or not….

  2. Great effort… Has the potential to influence people’s thinking… But I suggest if u can take these experiments to small towns like Gorakhpur, Ranchi, jabalpur etc where u will see a very different set of mindset.. Youth of such cities will also stand but u vl find a difference in comparison to metros.. that also need to be understood..

  3. It’s probably time to conduct some social experiments on Homophobia in the country. Considering India just voted against gay rights in the UN. It’s shameful. So much for our rich heritage and culture which actually advocates freedom of thought and mind. But what have we come to.

  4. The show was very effective. I was happy to see people standing up and speaking up. Being ignorant and minding our own businesses shouldn’t be the attitude as it gives evil the chance to sneak in and spread. Intervene and raise voice against social evils be it public smoking or discrimination.

  5. NDTV IS DOING A GOOD JOB BUT SIR IN ALL THE FIELDS N OUR DAY TODAY PRACTICE WE ARE LACKING IN SO MANY THINGS AS…FOLLOW THE TRAFIC RULES EVE-TEASING .WHICH IS THE VERY SERIOUS MATTER IN OUR SOCIETY PLEASE MAKE A PROGRAMME ON EVE-TEASING SO WE CAN FIND HOW MANY PEOPLES COME TOGETHER AGAINST THIS .. GOOD LUCK RAVEESH SIR