At at wedding ceremony, the bride suddenly falls down and collapses and dies. The CID team is investigating the crime and while they are in the middle of it, the groom also collapses and dies in front of them. They are shocked that the bride and groom both have died in the middle of their own ceremony. But the shocks are not over as Dr Salunkhe cannot trace the cause of death. He confirms it is some kind of poison but the how the poison was administered evades him. The CID team find out that the person behind this might be the bride's younger's sister's boyfriend Rahul who wanted to take revenge from the family. But that too reaches a dead end as Rahul is found innocent. Dr Salunkhe then finds that the poison was in the sindoor, which passed through cuts on the bride's head and on the bridegroom's finger. And that the killer is there present among the 300 guests at the wedding ceremony. How are CID going to find the killer that has been around them all the time.
The first thrilling investigative series on Indian Television, is today one of the most popular shows on Sony Entertainment Television. Dramatic and absolutely unpredictable, C.I.D. has captivated viewers over the last eleven years and continues to keep audiences glued to their television sets with its thrilling plots and excitement. Also interwoven in its fast paced plots are the personal challenges that the C.I.D. team faces with non-stop adventure, tremendous pressure and risk, all in the name of duty.The series consists of hard-core police procedural stories dealing with investigation, detection and suspense. The protagonists of the serial are an elite group of police officers belonging to the Crime Investigation Department of the police force, led by ACP Pradyuman [played by the dynamic Shivaji Satam]. While the stories are plausible, there is an emphasis on dramatic plotting and technical complexities faced by the police. At every stage, the plot throws up intriguing twists and turns keeping the officers on the move as they track criminals, led by the smallest of clues.