India's longest running detective TV series "CID" is giving a chance to viewers to complete an incomplete story by giving a unique twist to it via a contest.
As part of the 'Shaatir Lekhak Contest', starting from July 10, the audiences will be given an incomplete story with clues and they will be expected to conclude it on their own. The winning story will be featured as an episode and will win exciting prizes.
"'CID' is our longest running show and it enjoys immense popularity and connect with our viewers. Everyone who has grown up with the show has nurtured a desire to write a dialogue, a scene, a character or a plot for 'CID'. Now fans of CID, who have loved the mysteries get a chance to conclude an incomplete story in their style," Gaurav Seth, senior vice president and head marketing, Sony Entertainment Television, said in a statement.
To participate in the contest, one has to register on the website cid.setindia.com on which three storylines will be mentioned. Out of which participants can pick any one and complete it.
The winning story will be telecast as an episode on CID.
"Through the 'Shatir Lekhak Contest' we seek direct participation and involvement from across India. We think it's a unbelievable opportunity for fans to connect with their favourite show," Seth added.
The show, which started its run in 1998, stars Shivaji Satam, Aditya Srivastava and Dayanand Shetty among others.
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