This Article is From May 23, 2013

Preity Zinta wants to be a part of Indian crime show

Preity Zinta wants to be a part of Indian crime show

Preity Zinta has played strong feminist roles in films like Kya Kehna and Sangharsh

Highlights

  • If popular international show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is remade in India, actress Preity Zinta is all for being a part of it.
  • "If CSI is remade in India - the real thing, I want to be a part of it. I have studied criminal psychology," Preity said in a statement.
  • The actress, who portrayed strong female characters in Kya Kehna and Sangharsh, shared her thoughts about increasing crimes against women on BIG CBS PRIME's Super Crime Sundays.
  • This Sunday, a two-hour special of the show focuses on the increasing number of crimes committed against women through special episodes of the investigative show, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
  • Preity believes it is important for everyone to make an effort to spread out the message and stop the increasing violence.
  • "Every nine seconds, a woman becomes a victim of crime. This woman could be anyone - one's mother, daughter or sister. Because of this, it is critical to respect and protect every woman and bring an end to all crimes committed against them. I want to be involved in initiatives that will help in stopping crimes against women," she said.
New Delhi: If popular international show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is remade in India, actress Preity Zinta is all for being a part of it.

"If CSI is remade in India - the real thing, I want to be a part of it. I have studied criminal psychology," Preity said in a statement.

The actress, who portrayed strong female characters in Kya Kehna and Sangharsh, shared her thoughts about increasing crimes against women on BIG CBS PRIME's Super Crime Sundays.

This Sunday, a two-hour special of the show focuses on the increasing number of crimes committed against women through special episodes of the investigative show, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Preity believes it is important for everyone to make an effort to spread out the message and stop the increasing violence.

"Every nine seconds, a woman becomes a victim of crime. This woman could be anyone - one's mother, daughter or sister. Because of this, it is critical to respect and protect every woman and bring an end to all crimes committed against them. I want to be involved in initiatives that will help in stopping crimes against women," she said.