With the alarming rise of crime rates in the country today, the need to educate and make citizens aware of the crimes and their rights is of utmost importance. Taking a step forward in fulfilling this goal, STAR Pravah Maharashtra’s No 1 General Entertainment Channel is all set to launch its newest crime based show, Meswak Toothpaste presents ‘Panchnama’, starting August 17th, every Friday and Saturday at 9.30 pm. The show will replace the popular thriller, Anolkhi Disha.
‘Panchnama’ will highlight real life crime stories of Maharashtra and will take the viewers through the psychology behind the crime. The show hosted by the popular Director, Producer and Actor Mahesh Manjrekar is a novel crime based series that marks his return to television after a long gap.
Uniqueness of the shows is that it will feature real police officials sharing simple tips to prevent crime to audiences. The show will also give out relevant helpline numbers pertaining to the topic of crime for each episode.
Shrabani Deodhar, Creative Director, STAR Pravah, says,” Our police drama series Lakshya has received positive responses from our audiences and keeping in line with their taste we are now launching ‘Panchnama’.
The show anchored by Mahesh Manjrekar will give the viewers a clear picture and the psyche behind crimes. Most of the episodes are shot extensively on outdoor locations and with the latest technology and the show is bound to be appreciated by the audiences.”
Commenting on the show, Yogesh Manwani, Senior VP Marketing, STAR Pravah, says,” At STAR Pravah we have been striving to provide a unique lineup of content that has been very well accepted by our viewers. Our latest offering, Panchnama is relevant to lives of the viewers in many ways and strengthens our appeal to the entire family.”
Mahesh Manjrekar says,” Panchnama is a unique show that explores deeper into crimes and the psyche of criminals. As a responsible citizen it is my duty to make common public aware of the increasing crime rates in Maharashtra and how they can prevent from being a victim to it. I am sure the audiences will appreciate our efforts and like the show.”