Stay 'Satark' says a revived Crime Patrol
“Kaash thodi savdhani barti hoti, kaash pehle se kuch kadam utha liye hote”; the feeling of regret after the crime has been committed is intolerable. Crime Patrol on Sony TV is all set to give its fan a brand new theme with a new timeslot which will showcase such cases of our society and help us to take the right step at the right time. ‘CrimePatrol Satark - Sahi Waqt, Sahi Kadam’ will help us to make the right decision so that we do not have to repentance and say ‘Kash’. The new chapter of Crime Patrol starts July 11, Friday –Sunday at 9pm only on Sony Entertainment Television.
Speaking about the title Director S Subramanian said, “Crime Patrol now is veering towards looking at the many “ifs” and “kaash”, the expression that often finds its space after a happening. Through this the show intends to explore the cautions that could have been taken. Be cautious, take the right step at the right time is the new pitch of crime patrol. “Crime Patrol Satark”.
The host of the show Anup Soni said, “Satark - Alertness is the basic thing we can do to avertcrime not only for others but for ourselves too. There are lot of cases where a person feels after thecrime happens ki “Kaash maine aisa kiya hota ya aisa na kiya hota to aisa na hota etc.” So be alert for yourself and for others and ‘take the right step at the right time’.
The new chapter will commence with a sensational story of an ugly side of extramarital affairs of a businessman that ends in a murder. Kamal Sawant a man leading a happy married life with his wife Vrinda and a grown up daughter Shonali, suddenly develops an illicit relationship with his colleague Aarti. Crime Patrol Satark, along with Kamal and Vrinda will bring to the viewers the real tale of what really happened and how was Aarti murdered. Besides this the show will explore incidents of ruthless kidnappings, murder,cases which could have been avoided had the victims and their families been more cautious. Crime Patrol Satark will open the audiences’ minds with these cases making them aware of the dreadful incidences around them.