The versatile Aamir Khan, who is generally known to shun the public glare and media interviews, will be interviewed live by All India Radio from its Mumbai studios tomorrow.
Khan, who has endorsed various social causes including the 'Incredible India' campaign and urging people to vote, will feature in the programme "Roo-Ba-Roo" (Face to Face) on all Vividh Bharati Stations across the country. The programme has been introduced for the first time.
AIR sources said that the '3 Idiots' actor is expected to talk about 'Cleansing electoral process', particularly since he had taken up this issue in the last episode of Satyameva Jayate during the show's second season.
The broadcast will be from 12.30 pm to 2.00 pm on 1 May 2014, with a repeat at 9.00 pm on the same day.
In the past the 49 year old actor was associated with Vividh Bharati for the radio version of 'Satyamev Jayate' which is called 'Awaaz unki jinhein fikr hai desh ki'. Through this, he addressed various issues like sexual exploitation of women. Listeners could record their messages for the show on 022-2869 2709 on three days of the week, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. These reactions will then be shared with the actor, after which he will respond on air.