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IMW to introduce real-life crime show from August

17-July-2001
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IMW to introduce real-life crime show from August

In an attempt at giving reality TV a new meaning, the crime serial based on real life, Zee Network’s ‘India’s Most Wanted’, is getting ready to look real. The show will cover actual raids by the police on the dens of criminals.

This will give a ‘real angle’ to the programme, which has recently completed one year, says Mr. Raghuvanshi.

The programme will also offer to act as the medium between the people and the police by passing on information about crimes and criminals from its volunteers to the police for appropriate action.

This, it hopes, will encourage people who are wary of reaching the cops directly due to a threat perception.

The third new feature will be related to the programme’s Crime Control Cell. This cell will offer to help anyone who wants to lodge a first information report (FIR) with the police but fails to get cooperation.

Finally, the programme will carry an educational angle to it. In every episode, there will be a capsule on safety measures. This fourth element will include ways to defend oneself against crime.

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