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Sunny was on the set of the long-running show Tuesday.
"We are very happy to shoot with him (Sunny Deol) and I have been his huge fan for many years. His nature affects you in a very positive way and it's fun working with him," Shivaji said here.
"It feels good to work with such people. When they (actors). »
- Shiva Prakash
New Delhi, Sep 29: "C.I.D." producer B.P Singh, who recently celebrated the 1000th episode of the detective show, says this serial has its own format and cannot become like the other crime thrillers on the television.
"We want to keep our identity intact. We cannot become like 'Savdhaan India' or 'Crime Patrol'. We will stay 'C.I.D.'. We cannot get away from making murder mysteries," Singh told Ians in a telephonic interview.
"Every producer. »
- Machan Kumar
The show will air its 1,000th episode Friday.
"We have reached here not because of us, but because of the audience. There are many people in the industry who work like us. But people like our work. I think that's the only reason we have sustained for 16 long years," Dayanand said on the sets of the show here Thursday.
"To do justice with the audience who have faith in us, is the biggest criteria for us now," added the actor.
Directed and. »
- Anita Agarwal
Mumbai, Aug 12: Actor Imran Khan is very impressed with his "Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobaara!" co-star Sonakshi Sinha's professional attitude toward her work and her punctuality. He says it's inspiring to work with such people.
"For the first time I have worked with Sonakshi, and I enjoyed working with her. She is very professional and a very punctual actress. Everyday she reached the sets before time," Imran said here Sunday on the set of the TV crime show "C.I.D.".
"She knows her dialogues and her scenes inside out. So, when you work with such people, it feels good and it is very inspiring," he added.
Even actor. »
- Ketali Mehta
Mumbai, June 24: Members of the TV crime show "C.I.D." actor Dayanand Shetty and director B.P. Singh will leave for Uttarakhand Tuesday to lend help to victims of the devastating floods in the hill state, said a source.
Thousands of people are said to be either stranded or have gone missing after unprecedented rains and cloudburst led to landslides and flash floods, killing hundreds of people in the state.
"C.I.D." is the longest running crime show on Indian television. Running successfully since 16 years, it features actors like Shivaji Satam and Aditya Srivastava. The show airs on Sony Entertainment Television.
- Arun Pandit
Mumbai, Jan 29: The longest running crime show on Indian television, "C.I.D." has completed 16 years. Dayanand Shetty, who plays Daya in the show, says children have been hugely responsible for the show's success.
"If 'C.I.D.' has sustained for 16 years, a lot of credit goes to kids. A lot of kids watch our show and they are very involved with the show. Like we used to play 'Chor Police', they have renamed it, now it's 'C.I.D.'. They play 'C.I.D. - C.I.D'," the 43-year-old said here Monday while celebrating the show's success.
A special episode of the popular show, produced by B.P. Singh, involving kids will be aired soon. Dayanand. »
- Abhijeet Sen
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