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I wish to take my last breath on the sets of ‘Aap Ki Adalat’, says India TV Editor-in-chief Rajat Sharma

Rajat Sharma also pointed out that "Aap Ki Adalat" became popular not because of his questions, but because of the guests who were ready to answer them while appearing in the dock.

Edited by: India TV News Desk, Gaya [ Updated: December 09, 2017 22:50 IST ]
India TV Editor-in-chief

Expressing a sense of deep attachment with his hugely popular TV show “Aap Ki Adalat”, India TV Chairman and Editor-in-chief Rajat Sharma today said that his desire was  to take his last breath while working  on the sets of Adalat.

 
“It’s my desire that I should take my last breath on the sets of Aap Ki Adalat,” Rajat Sharma said while speaking as the chief guest at the Annual Day function of Gaya-based Secondary Delhi Public School. 


 
He also pointed out that the show became popular not because of his questions, but because of the guests who were ready to answer them while appearing in the dock.
 
“ Aap Ki Adalat is popular not because of my questions, but because of people who were  ready to answer my questions sitting in the dock."


 
India's longest-running Television show Aap Ki Adalat, hosted by  Rajat Sharma, has completed 24 years of its existence in 2017.
 
Since its inception in 1993, Aap Ki Adalat has seen personalities ranging from top politicians, prime ministers, Bollywood stars to sportsmen, singers and spiritual gurus, being grilled on the small screen by Rajat Sharma in his own inimitable way.

 

 

 

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