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A STAR Plus
initiative, Aap Ki Kachehri is a show that is the first of its kind on Indian
television and belongs to a genre of programming that’s miles away from
stereotypical GEC norms. This is part of the channel’s strategy to widen
the base of its program offerings and offer its viewers pure infotainment
that’s also thought provoking.
Aap Ki Kachehri
on STAR Plus is television's destination for real-life disputes that unfolds in
an exciting and dramatic first-person perspective and gives viewers access to
situations they can relate to and learn from. Targeted at audiences 18+ and
across all social strata, it’s a
unique, innovative platform that offers an unbiased forum for settling disputes
between consenting individuals.
Commenting on the launch of the show, Uday Shankar, CEO, STAR Plus, said, “It is our channel’s endeavor to offer our viewers a plethora of innovative and differentiated programming and Aap Ki Kachehri allows us to extend ourselves into a new genre. With the show, we have made a conscious effort to breakaway from the GEC norms and offer our viewers entertainment with a strong overriding social message. We are proud to have an acclaimed personality Kiran Bedi partner us in this initiative that has the potential to make a difference to the lives of the common man.”
Aap Ki Kachehri is a medium of timely justice with Kiran
Bedi as the arbitrator. It’s a reality show with
real people, real cases and real situations with an aim to educate and
entertain. Its objectives include getting
the affected parties to discuss the issue, look at probable solutions to their
problems outside of courts and also to educate others in similar situations.
Aap Ki Kachehri will delve into
cases in which there will be fair enquiry through argument. Commenting on her
role on the show, Kiran Bedi, said, “I am proud to associate myself with
Aap Ki Kachehri, a platform that belongs to the common man. As a facilitator of
the show, my endeavor is to help people resolve differences leading to a more
effective, congenial and progressive country”.
The reality show Aap Ki Kachehri will address real life disputes and
resolve them live before viewers, complete with high drama and emotions while
Kiran Bedi, an icon revered by India,
will be at the helm of the show as a mediator.
Anupama Mandloi, Senior Creative Head, Star Plus, said, “This is a programming innovation from Star Plus guaranteed to get viewers to sit up and take notice. The show is in reality a platform for real people to resolve real life disputes. The show offers a vicarious insight into neighbourly, family or spousal conflicts and aims to provide a credible and fair redressal. We are proud to announce this show and believe that it could be the next milestone in differentiated programming on GECs.”
Delving on the format, for the first two schedules, the cases
on Aap Ki Kachehri will be sourced from NGOs and agencies. However, there will
also be a forum open to viewers who can call in or write about their cases.
Elucidating the concept of the show, Siddhartha Basu, Producer, Synergy Adlabs,
said, “This is a show which promises fascinating insights into human
behaviour and values, and should offer vital education on the application of
rights and laws to resolve common disputes with equity, in a way that makes for
share their real life experiences and requests to participate in the show by
writing in to [email protected] and P O Box No.
Watch Kiran Bedi put redressal on the fast-track in
Aap Ki Kachehri
gives justice to some and is an eye opener to many others
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