Crime Patrol, the moment we hear these two words we are hit by the real world out there. More often we ignore the real world and are more than happy to live in our small world, where everything is kind of calm. Crime Patrol is one such show that reminds us that we live in a society that is very dynamic and is not always what we want it to be. This is one such show which presents crime against Indian citizens along with capturing how the Indian police fight against these crimes.
Crime Patrol is an Indian crime television series airs on Sony Entertainment Television. The series first premiered on May 9, 2003 and since then there was no looking back. The first season was hosted by Diwakar Pundir who later was replaced by Shakti Anand. The second season was broadcasted on January 26, 2010, and was presented by known Indian television actors Anoop Soni & Saakshi Tanwar. And for Season 3 and the current season (4), Anoop Soni has been the presenter of the show.
So do you think that the Indian Television audience needs more of such bold shows, that show us the harsh reality of the society that we live in? Well, there are only two options that we might have, ignore such harsh reality, or know about such things and fight it out. The show brings true stories of crime, where the police have tackled the most difficult cases. It dramatizes real-life crime and events and details how the police went about solving the case. The show also aims to look into the “why” behind a crime. Police action on one hand gives the show the edge of how the law keepers bring the culprits to book or stop a crime from being committed. This is a major boost to the society and the guardians of it, so that there is a reality check done about the society we live in.
Although at times one might feel that the stories are too scary and too violent to be shown on television, but these are real cases and one must report and find out the truth behind these incidents. Indian Television Audience are exposed to a lot of news channels and also to similar cases that are reported, but they are not aware of the end results of most of the incidents. Crime Patrol does end up showing the hard hitting facts related to the events and also shows the process in which the cases have been handled and solved.
Do let us know if you agree that we need such shows, or do you think such shows have a negative impact on your life?