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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Hindi Serial - Crime Patrol - A depiction of crimes in society along with the police-work and motives behind the crime

TV news channels have specialized in taking any bit of news and making it into a full fledged drama, such that when any crime happens, it is instantly popularized as breaking news; further, the makers of such news reports are competing with each other to sensationalize these crimes. You will not get to hear an even-handed portrayal of the motives behind such crimes, and very rarely do you get to know more details of how such crimes were solved (or as in the case of kidnappings, what were the procedures adopted by the police to stop such crimes).
Sony has started a serial called 'Crime Patrol' (actually it was first introduced in 2003, and then restarted in 2010 - the current year). The purpose of the serial is to get two anchors (the popular television stars Sakshi Tanwar and Anoop Soni) to present how the police investigates and prevents crime; it also shows the method of police investigations. The show started on January 26, 2010, and appears at 8:30 PM everyday.
The serial continues to promise that it will not sensationalize crime, instead presenting the crime as it was, in a simple format that will enable the viewers to understand the actual facts of the crime. The serial is not attempting to create fictional stories, and will instead get the anchors to go to the actual scene of the crime, see the real people involved. The show will not only look at the police force, but even try to determine cases where the BSF, CRPF, ITBP, and other such security organizations are involved. The show attempts to look at domestic crimes rather than terrorist crimes, looking at cases such as kidnapping, theft, robbery, murder, etc.

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