Janhit Mein Jaari is a Hindi web series hosted by Kettan Singh. Streaming on ZEE5, the digital project touches upon social and relatable topics, with a pinch of humour. Informative as it comes, the episodes are aimed at creating a sense of responsibility amongst the audience. Republic Day 2020 is around the corner. But how many Indians know exactly why we celebrate 26 January every year as Republic Day? Join Kettan Singh as he explains why Republic Day is not just another public holiday but an important day for every Indian.
Wrapped in sarcasm and hilarious puns, Kettan recalls watching the Republic Day parades on television. He throws light on how the Indian Constitution came into effect on 26 January 1950 while spelling out reactions from various national and international quarters on the same. It remains debatable as to how ‘democratic’ is our Constitution but Kettan puts forth the process of how the values included in our Constitution were borrowed from several countries. He also highlights the Fundamental Rights of a citizen in India. Watch the episode here:
Besides discussing Republic Day, Kettan Singh loads information about Censorship, Pakistan, Feminism, Reservation amongst other topics in a satirical way. Modelled around America’s famous talk show John Oliver, Janhit Mein Jaari touches upon relevant issues and shares a perspective too.
Catch all the episodes of web series Janhit Mein Jaari, now streaming on ZEE5.