Aap Ki Adalat setting bar for influence in news broadcasting: India TV

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New Delhi: Amid the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, India TV said that its current affairs show "Aap ki Adalat" stands as a beacon of influence in the realm of news broadcasting.

Known for its incisive interviews and candid discussions, the show hosted by India TV chairman and Editor-in-Chief Rajat Sharma offers viewers a unique perspective, delving into a myriad of issues from politics to entertainment, the channel said.

Sharma recently became the world’s most followed journalist on X.

“With its unparalleled format and impactful interviews, "Aap ki Adalat" has etched its place as a keystone of Indian television, providing audiences with unparalleled insights into the minds of their popular leaders and favorite celebrities,” India TV said.

“This trendsetting show has risen to become India's most influential news program, with prominent figures and parties actively endorsing it to the public. This unprecedented level of acclaim marks a historic milestone in Indian television, highlighting the show's exceptional ability to engage audiences and shape public discourse. Through its unmatched combination of interrogation and truthfulness, "Aap ki Adalat" has transcended traditional news formats to become a cultural phenomenon, sparking conversations and setting new benchmarks in journalism,” the channel added.

The show is known for its ability to make headlines and has the unique feature of unveiling untold statements and secret revelations.

A recent episode of the show garnered praise from major political figures and parties, along with Prime Minister Modi himself acknowledging Madhavi Lata's appearance on the show through a tweet.

Similarly, the episode featuring Revant Reddy received acclaim from the opposing ruling party Congress on their social media platforms.

Additionally, India's capital ruling party AAP tweeted about Bhagwant Mann's appearance.

Notable personalities like Rajnath Singh also took to social media platforms to share their thoughts on the show.

The show is telecast every Saturday at 10 pm and Sunday at 10 am and 10 pm.

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