One of the most hard-hitting shows to grace our small screens is Sony TV’s Crime Patrol. With its real-life stories and chilling plots, it makes for a great show. In fact, the gripping show has done a great service to the nation. Here’s how…take a look:
The crime saga makes us aware about the gore happenings in the society. When you have a show badgering you with mishaps, you automatically buckle up and become aware of your surroundings. Who doesn’t want to be told about the deaths and miseries, albeit in a griping fashion?
Thanks to the show, we now know how to use our wit quickly and sharply. Crime Patrol has introduced us to so many dupe characters that we can spot them a mile away. Also, we know how to deal with such characters without falling prey to their games. Not many of us might be able to use our presence of mind during such situations, but we can sure learn to develop it with this series.
Two sides of a coin:
Even though the show takes into the grim world of death, darkness and dupery…we also know that there are good, selfless people out there who go out of their ways to help those in trouble. Like everything, our society has two sides to it too. While we should be careful about the bad side, we should also be thankful for the good side.
Evil never triumphs:
Much like moral stories, Crime Patrol teaches us an important lesson that evil never triumphs. All those who are harbouring negative thoughts should know that karma is a strange thing and what goes around, definitely comes around. If you try to rob someone of their wealth, dignity or life, someone else will do much worse to you. Perhaps this is the thought that keeps most would-be-psychopaths from raging.
Grateful for the little things:
With so many depressing things happening in the society around us, we have learnt to be more grateful and thankful for the little things that we have. From our partner’s hug to our family’s love, we have started treasuring each moment because life is so damn unpredictable, crazy monsters are lurking everywhere, and you can’t be hyperaware all the time.
Don’t you agree readers?