Welcome to ACP Pradyuman ki Manohar Kahaniya. Most of you must be following their "Jurm ke khilaf 12 saal " religiously. And in the mean course you must be hearing these dialogues of our beloved ACP Pradyuman saab.....
"Daya, yeh aise nahi batayega...isse bureau le chalo....!!"
"ACP-(rolling his fingers) Toh lash gai kahan????????"
'Daya, Abhijeet Pata Lagao, Koi na koi suraag toh jaroor milega!!!"
and the most awesome one is ....
"DAYA, Darwaza Tod Do....!!"
Well , Sometimes these dialogues sounds so funny that , Me (Vaibhav K.) and my friend Ajinkya Kale decided to start a blog on this. We will be posting some of the hilarious situations , dialogues , jokes, images , expressions of the CID characters and loads of funny observations. Lets first start with some funny interesting observations about the soap.
Some episode of C.I.D. starts with a member of the team describing the events of a crime, which is followed by the crime being occurred, and the C.I.D being called out to interrogate the case. Occasionally, while the crime is being committed, the team is usually having fun in the bureau; such as playing chess, talking about Cricket, or picking on Inspector Fredericks for his actions. The show assumes that in the city of Mumbai, police does not exist and for any crime the C.I.D. is directly contacted. The C.I.D. team then goes to the crime scene, and starts their search for evidence. Actually the CID is called by the Mumbai Police when a crime is too complex to solve using local police station based resources, or when cross-jurisdictional issues are involved. Additionally the CID team has the best equipped forensic pathology lab, and the latest in computerized equipment, and ballistic tests machines. They also are directly linked to the National Fingerprint database and to Interpol's international crime database. Hence their added value in the series. They always believe in one statement: "Every criminal always leaves something behind".
They search the setting until they find something, even the smallest thing, such as a strand of hair. The body, if it is a murder case, is taken to the forensic lab, where Dr. salunkhe and his assistant study the body. Dr. Salunkhe tells interesting thing on how the person may have died. He may have been stabbed by a knife, but he may be killed by poison. The C.I.D. team interrogates all the witnesses. After a lot of hard work, which involves lot of driving, running around and Inspector Daya breaking at least one door in each episode, the C.I.D. team solves the case and catches the criminal.
Each episode ends with the C.I.D. members catching the criminal after some brief action with guns and a handful of punches and kicks (mostly delivered by Daya) and explaining the details of the crime. The criminal always denies the allegations till one of the C.I.D. member slaps him/her. In the next shot, he/she is seen to be sitting on a chair in the bureau and confessing everything while crying. Finally one of the officers (mostly the ACP) tells the criminal what likely punishment they will receive for this crime. Mostly, capital punishment is awarded to men criminals and life imprisonment to women except in a few episodes. Now in the newer episodes, a few women have been awarded capital punishment as well.