Khan's debut show deals with sensitive social issues backed by statistics. In the first two episodes, Aamir touched upon topics like female foeticide and child sex abuse.
"I did not get to see the show. Unfortunately I was working. But lot of my friends have seen it and lot of them have tweeted also about the show, saying it is one of the best TV shows in recent times. I have heard about the topics that he has shown. It is amazing. Whatever he does is of high quality and he has lived up to expectations," Katrina said.
When asked if she would like to do a show on TV, the 27-year-old said, "I don't know. It has to be something that should make sense for me. Like Aamir has done this show brilliantly so if you can do it brilliantly then why not.
I would do a show on which I think I can add something to it then only I would attempt it." Katrina would be seen opposite Aamir in Aditya Chopra's 'Dhoom 3', which is scheduled to hit the screens next year.
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