Crime has always been hot property for television channels. Along with a plethora of fiction crime series, shows that dramatise real life crime are also gaining a lot of traction. Star Plus' latest show, Ishq Kills, substantiates the growth of non-fiction, just as CID's run of 17 years justifies the popularity of fiction.
We spoke to a few industry experts to understand which one - fiction or non-fiction - works better for the genre.
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