India's longest-running Television show Aap Ki Adalat, hosted by truly iconic Rajat Sharma, has completed 21 years of its existence in 2014.

Since its inception in 1993, Aap Ki Adalat has seen personalities ranging from Top Politicians, Bollywood Stars to Sportsmen and Spiritual Gurus, being grilled on the small screen by Rajat Sharma in his own inimitable way.

This show has witnessed prominent faces pouring out their emotions – some trying to browbeat, some defending their acts and some of them even shedding tears!

Aap Ki Adalat, a regular weekend feature on India TV, has consistently been ruling the television ratings for the last two decades. Let's raise a toast for its successful completion of glorious 21 years!

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India TV will celebrate the glorious 21 year-long journey of Aap Ki Adalat, India's longest-running Television show hosted by Rajat Sharma. This has been an eventful journey, which began in 1993 and the show is still going strong, attracting millions of new viewers week after week to add to the already existing huge base of appointment viewers who watch this show regularly on weekends.

This historic journey is being celebrated like a never before event in New Delhi on December 2nd, 2014, when the movers and shakers of India will come together to relive the journey.

Bollywood Stars and India's Top Singers will rub shoulders with the jet-set crowd of Powerful Politicians, Cricketers and Bureaucrats to celebrate this event.

The event coverage will simulcast on India TV and Star Plus on December 7th at 10 PM.


  • Pranab MukherjeePresident of India
  • Narendra ModiPrime Minister of India
  • Arun JaitleyFinance Minister?
  • Manmohan SinghFormer Prime Minister
  • Rajnath SinghMinister of Home Affairs
  • Amit Shah Politician
  • Sushma SwarajMinister of External Affairs
  • Smriti IraniHRD Minister
  • Ghulam Nabi Azad Politician
  • Mamata Banerjee Politician
  • Mulayam Singh Yadav Politician
  • Mayawati Politician
  • Sharad Pawar Politician
  • Sharad Yadav Politician
  • Uma Bharti Minister of Water Resources
  • Lalu Prasad Yadav Politician
  • Raj Thackeray Politician
  • J Jayalalitha Former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu
  • Imran Khan Pakistani Politician
  • Omar Abdullah Politician
  • Maneka Sanjay GandhiWomen & Child Development Minister
  • Nitin GadkariMinister of Road Transport and Highways
  • Ravi Shankar PrasadMinister of Communications and IT
  • Akhilesh YadavChief Minister of Uttar Pradesh
  • Salman KhurshidPolitician
  • Subramanian SwamyPolitician
  • Swami RamdevYoga Guru
  • Shah Rukh KhanActor
  • Salman KhanActor
  • Aamir KhanActor
  • Deepika PadukoneActor
  • Hema MaliniActor/Politician
  • Ranbir KapoorActor
  • Priyanka ChopraActor
  • Katrina KaifActor
  • John AbrahamActor
  • Kapil DevCricketer
  • Harbhajan SinghCricketer
  • Virat KohliCricketer
  • Wasim AkramPakistani Cricketer
  • Yuvraj SinghCricketer
  • Amar SinghPolitician
  • Anna HazareSocial Activist
  • Asaduddin OwaisiPolitician
  • Digvijaya SinghPolitician
  • Mufti Mohammad SayeedPolitician
  • Najma HeptullahPolitician
  • Ram JethmalaniLegal Luminary
  • Sushil Kumar ShindePolitician
  • Dr Shashi TharoorPolitician
  • Shatrughan SinhaActor/Politician
  • Vijay MallyaIndustrialist
  • Anupam KherActor
  • Daler MehndiSinger
  • Ghulam AliSinger
  • Javed AkhtarLyricist
  • Kumar SanuSinger
  • Pandit Shiv Kumar SharmaIndian Santoor player
  • Vidya BalanActor
  • Udit NarayanSinger

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