A lot of rumours are doing rounds that ACP Pradyuman (Shivaji Satam) of CID, one of the most popular and longest running shows on television, will die in an upcoming episode. Apparently, ACP Pradyuman will suffer a heart attack in the episode that will be aired on 26th December 2016 and die. Now that's one depressing rumour to start! CID is incomplete without ACP Pradyuman's speculations and the hand twist. The funny part is that somehow people got him confused with the actor who plays the ACP, Shivaji Satam and a new set of rumours started walking around freely. People thought that it was Shivaji Satam who died of a heart attack.
Ever since these rumours started, the actor's phone has constantly been ringing. Relatives, friends and well-wishers have been trying to get in touch with the family to confirm the news. There were also rumours about the producers are planning to take the show off air since Shivaji and Dayanand Shetty (the guy who breaks doors) have increased their fees so much that the channel can't afford them anymore. Even these reports are completely untrue. CID will complete 19 years now and the makers are in no mood to take it off air yet or replace any of the characters. The actor is deeply disturbed with all these rumours of him dying and expressed his disappointment and anger to a leading entertainment portal. (ALSO READ: The Kapil Sharma Show sees the wedding of Ali Asgar with ACP Pradyuman – view HQ pics)
The actor said," This type of news is really disturbing; honestly this is a very bad phase of my career. The news of my death has created lot of problems for me and my family members. I am getting so many calls and it’s really tiring to answer everyone. In fact, we have not even shot any kind of death scene; those viral pictures are photo shopped. I don’t know who has created this nuisance." When asked about the rumours of the show going off air because of the hike in the fee,he said," None of us have demanded extra Pay for the show; neither is planning to quit the show. Personally, I am very happy to be a part of a show which has been running for so many years. I see another 10 years for the show. I just want to retire as an ACP."
There you go! In case you feel that the next generation will miss out on some great 90s shows, you won't have to worry now.
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