C.I.D.

C.I.D., India

C.I.D. Sony Tv Show
Show Type : Police Procedural, Show Timing : Fri - Sun 10:00 pm Created by : B. P. Singh, Pradeep Sasural simar kapoor, Writer : B. P. Singh, Sriram Raghvan, Shridhar Raghvan, Director : B. P. Singh, Raakesh Sarang, Rajan Waghdhare, Producer(s) : Pradeep Sasural simar kapoor, B. P. Singh, Production company(s) : Fireworks Productions.

Story

In January 1998, SET and Fireworks launched a weekly crime - thriller called CID. The show soon earned cult status. Now, CID is celebrating its 15th year of un-interrupted run and is still going strong, entertaining it’s viewers from an age-group of 8 to 80. The first thrilling investigative series on Indian Television, is today one of the most popular shows on Sony Entertainment Television. CID, is an investigative series consisting of hard-core police procedural stories dealing with investigation, detection and suspense. Dramatic and absolutely unpredictable, C.I.D. has captivated viewers over the last 15 years and continues to keep audiences glued to their television sets with its thrilling plots and excitement. Also interwoven in its fast paced plots are the personal challenges that the C.I.D. team faces with non-stop adventure, tremendous pressure and risk, all in the name of duty. While the stories are plausible, there is an emphasis on dramatic plotting and technical complexities faced by the police. At every stage, the plot throws up intriguing twists and turns keeping the officers on the move as they track criminals, led by the smallest of clues! CID set another record in November 2004, when Mr BP Singh entered ‘Guinness Book of World Records’ for canning an entire episode of CID in just one single shot of 111 minutes (One Hour Eleven One Minutes) without a single cut. The success of CID can be gauged by the fact that most production houses tried to clone CID, but couldn’t sustain the show beyond a season. Winner of numerous prestigious awards in tellydom, CID is considered the bible of suspense thrillers. The CID team comprising of ACP Pradyuman, Abhijit, Daya, Frederick has risen to an iconic status and are equally popular among the young and the old. The mutual chemistry of the cops, the exciting investigation procedures, the mysterious suspects, the unexpected culprits and the overall enthusiastic spirit of the show is what has kept viewers glued to the show for years. In 2006, CID flagged off its spin-off, CID Special Bureau, a daily investigative thriller, which had a successful run of 168 episodes. The cops of the CID Special Bureau also became hugely popular with the audience, especially kids even though the CID cops remain the original icons. Till date, the re-runs of CID Special Bureau continue and they have a huge audience. CID – the longest running show in the history of Indian television has set high standards for all future programmes of this genre to come. It is a laborious effort of years by Fireworks Production, Mr. BP Singh, Mr.Pradeep Sasural simar kapoor and their team of actors, writers and production. The actors – Shivaji Satam, Aditya Srivastav, Dayanand Shetty, Dinesh Phadnis and others, are the pillars of the show. They don’t just play the parts of the cops’ roles that they essay – they literally breathe them. This is why the cops of CID team seem so closer home and are loved by fans of all generations. Contrary to the image of Indian woman projected in the soap factory nowadays, female cops in CID give the real picture of the new-age woman. A female CID officer is fearless, modern, and straightforward, at par with her male colleagues and every inch the confident woman that you may meet on the road. Projection of crime, its investigation, the criminal mind, the human emotions in CID is very realistic and believable. The same holds true for the stories that keep the audience on tenterhooks week after week and keep the cops on their feet throughout that precious 1-hour of crime investigation. Special care is taken to ensure that the story has a great degree of novelty – to keep the crime as mysterious and as puzzling as possible to baffle the cops and intrigue the audience. In spite of that, it is taken care that even though CID deals with the dark world of crime and criminals, nothing that is insensitive to the human psyche and harmful for young impressionable minds is shown. CID in spite of its crime genre is sensitive to the sentiments of its audience. CID is a progeny of a unique vision, a faith in that vision and a collective effort towards realizing it. CID is not just a crime thriller, it is an inseparable part of its viewers’ existence. And gauging from the Herculean efforts of the team behind this historical serial, we hope to take this show across another light year……

Casting

ACP Pradyuman- ACP - Shivaji Satam, Abhijeet - Senior Inspector - Aditya Srivastava, Daya - Senior Inspector - Dayanand Shetty, Fredricks - Inspector - Dinesh Phadnis, Vivek - Sub-Inspector - Mashru, Sachin - Inspector - Hrishikesh Pandey, Nikhil - Sub-Inspector - Abhay Shukla, Purvi - Sub-Inspector - Ansha Sayed, Kajal - Inspector - Jasvir Kaur,

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TRP Ratings

week 19 - (6 MAY 2013 To 12 MAY 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.2

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week 18 - (29 APR 2013 To 05 MAY 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.2
APRIL 2013 Rating
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week 17 - (22 APR 2013 To 28 APR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.0

week 16 - (15 APR 2013 To 21 APR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.4

week 15 - (5 APR 2013 To 15 APR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.3

Week 14 - (1 APRIL 2013 To 7 APRIL 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.3
March 2013 Ratings
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Week 13 - (25 MAR 2013 To 31 MAR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.2

Week 12 - (18 MAR 2013 To 24 MAR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.4

Week 11 - (11 MAR 2013 To 17 MAR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.3

Week 10 - (3 MAR 2013 To 9 MAR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.5
february 2013 TRP Ratings
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Week 06 - (4 FEB 2013 To 10 FEB 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.8

Week 07 - (11 FEB 2013 To 17 FEB 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.3

Week 08 - (18 FEB 2013 To 24 FEB 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.4

Week 09 - (25 FEB 2013 To 03 MAR 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.5
january 2013 TRP Ratings
January 2013 Television Rating Point

Week 01 - (31 DEC 2012 To 06 JAN 2013) - Avg TRP - 3.5

Week 02 - (7 JAN 2013 To 13 JAN 2013) - Avg TRP - 3.7

Week 03 - (14 JAN 2013 To 20 JAN 2013) - Avg TRP - 3.1

Week 04 - (21 JAN 2013 To 27 JAN 2013) - Avg TRP - 2.5
December 2012 TRP Ratings
C.I.D. December 2012 Television Rating Point

Week 51 - (17 DEC 2012 To 23 DEC 2012) - Avg TRP - 3.4
October 2012 TRP Ratings
Week 40 - (30 SEP 2012 To 07 OCT 2012) - Avg TRP - 3.05
September 2012TRP Ratings
C.I.D. September 2012 Television Rating Point

Week 39 - (23 SEP 2012 To 29 SEP 2012) - Avg TRP 2.75

Week 38 - (16 SEP 2012 To 22 SEP 2012) - Avg TRP 3.45

Week 37 - (09 SEP 2012 To 15 SEP 2012) - Avg TRP 3.40

Week 36 - (02 SEP 2012 To 08 SEP 2012) - Avg TRP 3.70
August 2012TRP Ratings
C.I.D. - August 2012 TRP Ratings

Week 35 - (26 AUG 2012 To 01 SEP 2012) - Avg TRP 3.50

Week 34 - (19 AUG 2012 To 25 AUG 2012) - Avg TRP 3.66

Week 33 - (12 AUG 2012 To 18 AUG 2012) - Avg TRP 3.46

Week 32 - (05 AUG 2012 To 11 AUG 2012) - Avg TRP 3.80

Week 31 - (29 JULY 2012 To 04 AUG 2012) - Avg TRP 3.30
July 2012TRP Ratings
C.I.D. - July 2012 TRP Ratings

Week 30 - (22 JULY 2012 To 28 JULY 2012) - Avg TRP 3.70

Week 29 - (15 JULY 2012 To 21 JULY 2012) - Avg TRP 3.90

Week 28 - (08 JULY 2012 To 14 JULY 2012) - Avg TRP 3.50

Week 27 - (01 JULY 2012 To 7 JULY 2012) - Avg TRP 3.35

June 2012TRP Ratings
C.I.D. - June 2012 TRP Ratings

Week 26 - (23 JUNE 2012 To 29 JUNE 2012) - Avg TRP 3.29

Week 25 - (16 JUNE 2012 To 22 JUNE 2012) - Avg TRP 3.99

Week 24 - (09 JUNE 2012 To 15 JUNE 2012) - Avg TRP 2.99

Week 23 - (02 JUNE 2012 To 08 JUNE 2012) - Avg TRP 3.74