Superstar Aamir Khan, who is set to make his TV debut with "Satyamev Jayate", says he is scared of reactions and that's why he didn't show it to anyone.
"I haven't shown it to anyone. I am scared about showing it to anyone. If I show it to someone and they don't like it, then my heart will break," the 47-year-old said here on the sets of TV soap "Diya aur Bati Hum.'
"I am waiting for May 6 and everyone will watch it that day itself," he added.
"Satyamev Jayate" would go on air simultaneously on DD National and Star Plus.
After becoming a successful producer, Ekta Kapoor faces the camera for the first time for her media school.
The 36-year-old has shot an audio-visual film to promote her media school - Institute of Creative Excellence.
"I want to assist in grooming young aspirants from every part of the country and provide them with specialised and modern technical expertise. I see so many newcomers and most of them have no idea about the craft, I wish to hone their talent," she said in a statement.
BIG RTL, a television joint venture between Reliance Broadcast Network and RTL Group, is set to launch first action entertainment channel Thrill and promises to treat the audiences with world class daring, electrifying and international adventurous shows dubbed in Hindi.
The channel is due to launch in the first quarter of financial year 2012-13.
"We are excited to offer India its first action entertainment Channel, THRILL, which will showcase world-class international content, dubbed in Hindi," Tarun Katial, CEO, Reliance Broadcast Network Ltd, said in a statement.
Filmmaker and superstar Aamir Khan's wife Kiran Rao says the actor's new TV show "Satayamev Jayate" has made life tough for her as he has started bringing work home.
"This show has made my jeena haram (life tough) on many levels because Aamir has worked on the show night and day and in my house," the 38-year-old said here.
"So my house has been full of writers and people from Star, and Aamir and they have all the big team in my house day and night. So, I am waiting for the show to come on air and slowly, hopefully my life will also go back to normal," she added.
Crime shows like "CID" and "Crime Patrol" have caught the fancy of the audience for years, and the latest to join the list is "Savdhan India", which aims at making people aware of how a criminal mind functions. Retired police officer Kiran Bedi says such an initiative was much needed.
"It is a well timed and much needed initiative and it is shocking, while at the same time it drives the message home," Bedi, a former Indian Police Service officer, said in a statement.