Sunday, May 20, 2012

Aamir Khan weeps in Satyamev Jayate 3rd episode on failed Marriages and Dowry Harassment...!

Today (May 20th, 2012) the third successful episode of 'Satyamev Jayate' anchored by Bollywood super star Aamir Khan was aired on many Indian TV Channels at 11.00 am. Today's topic also was about another burning issue in India, 'Failed marriages due to Dowry Harassment'...!

While the real pathetic story of Delhi's Komal, who is not only pretty but also educated and hails from a decent and affectionate family was described, the famous host of this program too could not control his tears... most of the participants and viewers of this program too wept.

According to the story, Komal who hails from an affluent family in Delhi was married to an educated and employed relative of her. Her parents gave all what the groom's family demanded as dowry, car and gold. Even though Komal was a very beautiful and loving girl, the devil in her husband did not love her but always treated her as a source to tap money only. When she was narrating all the harassment and miseries she bore while with her husband, it was very difficult for the viewer of the program to control tears.

The story of the Madurai girl also is similar but she is not alive to narrate the sufferings she underwent, as she committed suicide unable to bear the harassment of her husband and in-laws.

There are millions of girls in India who are harassed very cruelly for more dowry or stating less beautiful. Before  marriage, the lusty animal groom wants to marry a girl and after some time he thinks his wife is not as beautiful as someone else with whom he compares her beauty.

Parents of the girls should be extra careful while choosing a husband for their daughter. Never give importance to the outward appearance or financial status, but try to see the heart of the boy inside....!!!

Please add your comments below about this topic, dowry harassment of women by the in-laws...!

1 comment:

  1. A very relevant post drawing attention to a major problem in society...


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