National Geographic in India is presenting the ever popular investigative genre in an all-new and exclusively curated destination called ‘Case Files’ with actor and presenter Sharad Kelkar. This block premieres on November 8 and brings together the best-in-class and intriguing narratives of real investigations from around the world.
With a robust line-up of fan favourites such as Air Crash Investigations, Banged Up Abroad, Airport Security, To Catch A Smuggler along with new series such as Undercover Asia and Crime Science, Kelkar will set up the tone and conclude every episode; bringing in his flair and explosive style of storytelling to each narrative. The stories, tailored especially for the destination, will give viewers in depth understanding of the efforts and science that go behind solving a case - the brilliant minds behind the investigations and the state of the art techniques and technology that help solve the mysteries. With each show offering a different and unique perspective into the world of crime and investigation, Case Files is weaving together the excitement of a mystery with the satisfaction of reaching a conclusion with every case.
“At National Geographic, we bring compelling and engaging narratives; drawing audiences in with our authentic and factual storytelling. The series in this genre have been enjoying a loyal fan-base on our channel and with this destination, we thought of introducing a new generation of fans to this genre while bringing in a fresh perspective for the already engaged viewers. We are really happy to have Sharad Kelkar, who with his powerful voice and presence, will take the viewers on an all immersive journey of fascinating and gripping stories,” said a National Geographic spokesperson
“I am a huge fan of National Geographic and the manner in which they have been presenting these stories. With Case Files, there was an opportunity for me to take the viewers through true and real crime mysteries in my own style. Through the choicest of series featured in this band, I’ll be bringing to light the hidden facts with in-depth investigation and exploring the crime and criminal’s mind; just the way I like to consume such narratives,” said Kelkar.