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Shraddha Kapoor and Siddharth Malhotra turn detectives for Sony TVs CID

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

The upcoming episode will see Siddharth and Shraddha crossing paths with some goons on their way to promote their film.

The cast of Ek Villain, Shraddha Kapoor and Siddharth Malhotra will be seen testing their detective skills on Sony TVs popular crime show CID where they will be seen helping the team solve the case of an abducted child. This episode will be aired on Friday, June 27.

 The upcoming episode will see Siddharth and Shraddha crossing paths with some goons on their way to promote their film. While travelling through a jungle, the actors will come across some bunch of men harassing some kids. Sensing the lurking danger, Shraddha will immediately call up the CID. In the meanwhile, Siddharth will be seen trying his best to save the kids by fighting with the goons but fails to rescue them. The CID team will be left surprised when both describe the abducted kid, as it matches the description of a child who had gone missing a few days ago.

 Sharing his experience of working with the CID team, Siddharth said, I am very thrilled to shoot the episode with the CID team. CID has been my favourite crime show on television and working with the team is like a dream come true. I have also shot few action scenes and I hope the audience loves it as much as they do watching their favourite CID heroes.

This is not all! Shraddha also showed her love towards the CID team by singing the song Galiyaan from her film and dedicating it to them. 


Watch EK Villain cast Shraddha Kapoor and Siddharth Malhotra on CID this Friday, June 27 at 10 pm only on Sony Entertainment Television
 

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