It goes without saying that whenever we think of Crime Patrol, we instantly think of Anup Soni.
He has been hosting the show for so long that it would be incomplete without him. I mean, I am so used to seeing him that anyone anywhere commits a crime, I can almost see Anup in my head narrating the whole event.
True to his character on the show, he has now completed a course in Crime Scene Investigation from the International Forensic Sciences (IFS), Pune.
Certificate course in "Crime Scene Investigation"— Anup Soni (@soniiannup) July 18, 2021
During the recent lockdown I decided to invest my time and energy into something more constructive. Yes it was extremely challenging, going back to 'studies of some sort'😊
But definitely a choice that I am proud of 👍 pic.twitter.com/4QYkrfrs2a
It is during the lockdown that he enrolled himself as he wanted to do something contrsuctive.
Seeing this, Twitter had something to say.
Going the other way round, from reel in Crime Patrol to a real degree in CSI! Would love to now see you act in a proper, serious investigative role than just anchoring a crime show.— $ (@ShiivZ) July 18, 2021
Congratulations sir, it's very good and it is necessary that, how can you show or reporting if you don't know what is the Crime Scene and how was incident has been done I think it should compulsory, if you are reporting on some real crime.— Meenaba Zala (@MeenabaZala) July 19, 2021
Good work bro. Kudos for this achievement. Not a small feat and very difficult to study after a gap— 🇮🇳 😎irdman (@0birdman) July 18, 2021
Good job and now you're a qualified crime show anchor👍— Dr. Dani (@Ad9an) July 18, 2021
I think they could have learned from you 😂😂— Sachin Khurana (@khuranasach) July 18, 2021
Congratulations— Faiz (@inconspicuous04) July 18, 2021
Crime patrol ka asar?? Anyways savdhan rahe surakshit rahe
Saavdhaan and Satark in real life too. Hats off— GP Singh (@gsc2121) July 19, 2021
Congratulations!— Manoj Lahoti @ T4 (@t4travel) July 18, 2021
Looks like crime patrol inning helped a lot 👍👏👏
It just wouldn't be fair if I don't sign out by saying 'savdhaan rahe, satark rahe.'