CID is an Indian analyst, crime TV series about Maharashtra and Mumbai’s Crime Investigation Department, made by B. P. Singh for Sony Entertainment Television India and Sony Entertainment Television Asia.
The arrangement stars
Shivaji Satam-ACP Pradyuman,
Narendra Gupta-Dr. Salunkhe,
Dinesh Phadnis- Fredricks.
The area of the arrangement is set in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Following a pilot scene on 29 April 1997, the arrangement debuted on 21 January 1998 and is the longest running TV arrangement in India, having finished 20 years in January 2018.
The arrangement broadcast its 1,000th scene on 27 September 2013. The show likewise re-keeps running on Sony Pal.
CID got into both the Limca Book of Records and the Guinness Book of World Records on 7 November 2004 for its record-breaking single shot scene of 111 minutes (1 hour and 51 minutes), titled “CID 111/The Inheritance” without a cut which executive maker B. P. Singh feels “each Indian ought to be glad for in light of the fact that nobody has accomplished this previously”. This unique scene was shot between 6:30– 8:21 PM IST on 8 October 2004 at Lonavala, Maharastra and was broadcast on Sunday, 7 November 2004 without a break from 8– 10 PM IST.
The arrangement has additionally been shot in remote nations. Some Foreign areas have included spots like Uzbekistan, a noteworthy shoot in Paris, and Switzerland which included vacation destinations like Interlaken and urban areas, for example, Berne and Zurich. The real shoot in Paris-Switzerland was for the 2 hourly extraordinary scene “Aakhri Chunauti”, and a piece of the generation group’s twelfth commemoration festivity design.
In 2002, Indian Telly Awards, Fireworks Productions won the honor for Best Continuing TV Programme,for Best Weekly Serial in 2006, 2009 and 2013 and for Best Thriller Program in 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2012, while Shivaji Satam (ACP Pradyuman) won for Best Actor in a Lead Role in 2002 and 2003.
Pradeep Uppoor and B. P. Singh (makers) won Indian Television Academy Awards for Best Serial – Drama in 2002. They additionally won ITA Awards for Best Thriller/Horror Serial in 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2010.ITA Awards for Best Teleplay in 2004, was won by Rajat Arora (author), while B. P. Singh won for Best Director – Drama and for Best Videography in 2004. B. P. Singh additionally won Indian Telly Jury Award for Best Director in 2004 and 2005.
The show is additionally communicated by Geo Kahani in Urdu. A Bengali adjusted form of CID known as C.I.D. Kolkata Bureau affectation on Sony Aath.