Aamir Khan's Satyameva Jayate 3: Deepika, Kangana and Parineeti Talk About 'Ideal Man' on Last Episode
Aamir Khan's Satyameva Jayate 3: Deepika, Kangana and Parineeti Talk About 'Ideal Man' on Last EpisodeSnapshot from Satyameva Jayate 3 video

Bollywood actor-turned-TV host Aamir Khan concluded the season 3 of his most popular talk show "Satyamev Jayate" with the seventh episode, which witnessed Bollywood actresses, Deepika Padukone, Kangana Ranaut and Parineeti Chopra, talking about the ideal man.

Like in his previous seasons, Aamir Khan has dealt with some of the most thought-provoking and socially relevant issues during season 3 of his show, "Satyamev Jayate". He debated on subjects such as sports, road accidents, LGBT community, tuberculosis and nurturing mental health in previous six episodes of the show. He spoke about being a real man in the seventh and the last episode of the season.

The last episode was all about the qualities of an ideal man and Mr Perfectionist had three popular actresses - Deepika Padukone, Kangana Ranaut and Parineeti Chopra - as guests. The episode started with some audience, who were present on the show, talking about ragging, woman discrimination, acid attack, rape and using actresses for item songs.

Talking about the ideal man, actress Deepika Padukone said she will not accept ill-mannered men. She added that she had faced similar thing in her real life too.

Parineeti Chopra said that reel and real life are totally different and the audience should not ape the on-screen criminal acts of their favourite stars. Recalling an incident from her real life, the actress revealed how she had cried badly during school days when some men made bad comments about her dress. She strongly warned against eve teasing.

Kangana Ranaut also recalled a bad incident that she had faced in Chandigarh. She said she was punched on her chest. The physical attack was very strong, which made her faint.

In recent days, actresses are merely used to spice up the glamour quotient of a film and item numbers have become a must feature. Talking about it, Aamir Khan said people in the showbiz should stop treating women as items or objects. They should also stop to spread the wrong message through their films.

Bollywood Superstar Amitabh Bachchan concluded the episode with his views on gender inequality and discrimination. He also recalled an incident at the girls hostel in Delhi University. He advised the young parents not to show discrimination in upbringing their sons and daughters. They should teach them about building relationship and bonding with others.