The Dhoom 3 star spoke with several callers and discussed issues of foeticide, Anna Hazare's anti-corruption campaign and the need for social change, IANS reports.
Speaking about Hazare, Khan said: "Anna's movement could only be successful towards corruption if every individual has to ask oneself if he or she is associated with corruption or not.
"Only we are the one who can bring the change. So if we change ourselves, only then our society can feel the change."
Responding to a caller's queries regarding the motive behind the TV show, Khan said: "This is an effort from our end to show the crucial issues of our society and our country.
"We have worked for two years to gather the complete information about the same. We will come every Sunday to tell you about one issue every week."
The 47-year old actor said he is not concerned with ratings and feels that the show has given him a chance to connect with the common man.