Aamir Khan projected himself in his show Satyamev Jayate as a social reformer for the country and not only as an actor.
He ended up in controversies especially with the medical profession. He sat in an open debate in ABP News and said that he would lead a delegation of Indian Medical Association to the Health Ministry and who personally made observations about me and took my number from the anchor but never responded to the calls later on. He linked the whole medical profession with corruption.
The same social reformer is now missing when there is a national calamity in Uttarakhand. If he had been really concerned about society, he should have announced that whole income from his next movie would go for Uttarakhand flood relief. Or he could have announced another series of weekly charity shows and donated the anchor fee to the flood victims.
People like him use shows like Satyamev Jayate not for public interest but only as a business venture. If he had been really concerned about public interest, he would have done shows like Satyamev Jayate for the TV channels for charity and not for earning money.