Netflix released the official trailer of the four-part social and cultural documentary series titled “Crime Stories: India Detectives” on Tuesday. It follows the Bengaluru city police on the job as they set out to solve four enthralling crimes. It is slated for a release later this month, on September 22.

From the trailer it seems like the police will be investigating a murder and a kidnapping along with two other cases. Police officials are seen talking about the difficulties they face on the job and the impacts of getting emotionally attached to a case.

Also Read - No Met Gala night ever ends without Ranveer Singh trending online in India

We will get an insight into the functioning of the Police department like never before. The viewers will follow a crime from the moment it has been reported to how it was solved. The safety of India’s Silicon Valley rests in the hands of these brave hearts and every second is crucial.

Netflix India’s tweet on the documentary’s release reads, “The crimes are real, the stakes are high, and the chase for the truth is on. Catch the Bengaluru City Police unravel shocking stories of crime in a four-part documentary series. Crime Stories: India Detectives arriving on 22nd September. @Minnow_Films”.

Also read - 'Shahid Kapoor will do it better': Telugu star Nani on 'Jersey' remake

Jack Warrender is the series director and Claire Cahill is the series producer. The Minnow Films production offers a glimpse into the complex psyche of a suspect.

Minnow Films is an award-winning independent production company which is well known for producing ground breaking documentaries. It has previously backed well known projects like The ‘Diana Interview: Revenge of a Princess’, a mini series which revealed the story behind the Princess of Wales exclusive interview which stunned the whole world.

Also read - All about the dress Rihanna wore at Met Gala 2021

‘Bad Boy Billionaires’, a Netflix original which shares the story of India’s most popular tycoons falling from heights of power and getting embroiled in controversy and scandal is also a Minnow Films production.

Judging by past precedents, ‘Crime Stories: India Detectives’ should make be a good watch for documentary lovers.