Crime shows News
Does Crime Patrol help or harm?
Crime shows besides spreading awareness may misguide viewers
Crime Patrol with grave efforts has been covering diverse topics ever since its inception. The crime saga has covered subjects like human trafficking, terrorism, child abuse, domestic violence and much more. While the effort to spread awareness is worth an applause, we believe the show can have negative effects as well. Click here to read more
Will CID be the same without ACP Pradyuman?
A catastrophe of sorts hit the show on Sony Entertainment Television and its makers when Shivaji Satam declared that he wanted to move on
CID, the occasionally-comic detective series on Sony Entertainment Television, has broken many records thanks to dialogue like: “Yahan pe toh laash hai!” or “Daya! Tod do yeh darwaza!” or “Kuch toh gadbad hai” all mouthed to perfection by ACP Pradyuman aka Shivaji Satam. Click here to read more
TV show ‘CID’ to be turned into a film: Director BP Singh
The longest running detective show on Indian television could soon be seen on celluloid, says director-producer BP Singh
Indian television’s longest running detective show CID might soon be a film, says director-producer BP Singh, promising more action, a unique storyline and different styling with the same cast. Click here to read more
SAVDHAN INDIA: Kiran Bedi supports new crime show on TV
The ex-IPS officer lends all her support to Life OK’s new show that aims to help people deal with crime
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. “Through initiatives like these, the TV channels can showcase a variety of situations, solutions and alternatives for people when dealing with crime,” she added. Click here to read more