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In these five years that I have researchedSatyamev Jayate, I’ve seen the worst in mankind, and I’ve seen the best, the most beautiful in mankind. I’ve come across people who are such amazing and inspirational people. You know, I spoke to this lady whose son had been murdered in. His, her son had got married to a girl from a different religion and so it is an honor killing. This lady spoke with such dignity and such grace and with such forgiveness in her heart, I just couldn’t get over it, you know.
It was such, it was so amazing to listen to her speech. She’s talking about her son being killed and, you know, I don’t know where she finds her strength from, to still look for love, you know, in people. I was speaking to these two women, we often assume in India that women who are from rural India, are uneducated and therefore not as strong as a woman from cities, etcetera, etcetera. So, these two women who, in the same episode was of honor killings, the one woman’s son and the other woman’s brother was killed and they were ostracized from the village. They were targeted, they were not given – they were not sold anything.
Nobody spoke to them in the village. So the ashes are taken in what is called Kalash, like a pot, that pot was not sold to them. That’s the kind of segregation they faced in the village and then they did a police complaint of all of that, so the case was going on.
They were threatened, they were offered money, there was political pressure put on them. Every kind of pressure was put on them, but they didn’t take the case back and they fought the case and they won the case and those men are now convicted. Now, what I’m going to say here, is that these two women are from a small village in India and the kind of courage they show ina city like Mumbai, when a political party announces that tomorrow is Mumbai Bandh, which means, nobody dares go out of the house, we are going to stone every car that goes out. There’s some kind of protest that they are doing, nobody leaves the house.
In a city like Mumbai, which is a large city, nobody even knows who I am. We are all strangers in the city, but you are frightened to step out of the house because someone has announced that we can’t. Here are these two ladies, specifically targeted. They’re still staying in the same village and they still have the courage to stand up and say: “No, we don’t want money. We want justice” Where did they get this courage from? It’s really amazing. I’ve met such wonderful people in this journey of five years.
Wrestling Movie Dangal Zainab: It’s hard to sort of escape the fact that you lost weight or gained weight and you sort of were thinner in here. I’m saying it because you’re in a movie right now. You’re in the midst of shooting a movie. Aamir: I’m actually, I’m actually getting ready for this film that I’m playing of an older man, who’ san ex-wrestler. So I’m putting on a lot of weight, which is fun.
Zainab: But has it changed your, has it changed your choices of stories like a star, as a movie star? Aamir: Not really. I would not say it has changed my choices as an actor, but quite naturally I get attracted to films because of who I am, so this film that I’m doing is called “Dangal”, which means wrestling and it’s a story about this wrestler, who has a dream to win this gold medal, an international gold for his country.
He can’t fulfill his dream because he doesn’thave money, he has to give up wrestling and so he decides that his son will fulfill his dream and then he proceeds to have four daughters in the next 15 years. So the story is about his daughter fulfills his dream. Zainab: Exactly. Well, Aamir, you could have easily have rested and been in the limelight, and yet you took, I mean with courage and integrity and with love and inspiration, you just went ahead and inspired, you know, half of India’spopulation.
This is a huge deal and inspiring all of us here in America. So, chapeau to you and good luck, keep going. We are all behind you, thank you so much. Thank you, thank you, thank you!