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* YourCheatingHeart: [[spoiler:Akash has another girlfriend in his home town]].



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** Jai decides to kill the couple by throwing them off the bus and running them over. At that point the bus's interior was already covered in Deepika's blood, so killing them inside would have not made it any harder to clean. By addind this pointless final villainy, he instead ensures that his victims will be discovered while still alive and allows them to tell police everything.

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** Jai decides to kill the couple by throwing them off the bus and running them over. At that point the bus's interior was is already covered in Deepika's blood, so killing them inside would have not made it make any harder to clean. clean it. By addind adding this pointless final villainy, he instead ensures that his the victims will be discovered while still alive alive, and allows them to that they will tell police everything.


* ContrivedCoincidence: Chandni wants to study in Canada because she thinks India is dangerous for women. Vartika is against. Chandni agrees to her mother's proposal to do a tour of the city and see that it's not that bad and has much too offer. The next night, the brutal gang-rape occurs.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: Chandni wants to study in Canada because she thinks India is dangerous for women. Vartika is against. Chandni agrees to her mother's proposal to do a tour of the city and see that it's not that bad and still has much too good to offer. The next night, the brutal gang-rape occurs.

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* LocalReference: Chandni wants to leave India for Canada. Mehta is Canadian of Indian descent.


''Delhi Crime'' is a {{Creator/Netflix}} anthology series created by Richie Mehta (''{{Film/Amal}}''), that [[{{Dramatization}} dramatizes]] a [[BasedOnATrueStory real]], different [[PoliceProcedural crime investigation]] in {{UsefulNotes/India}}'s capital each season.

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''Delhi Crime'' is a {{Creator/Netflix}} anthology series created by Richie Mehta (''{{Film/Amal}}''), that [[{{Dramatization}} dramatizes]] a [[BasedOnATrueStory real]], different [[PoliceProcedural crime investigation]] in {{UsefulNotes/India}}'s capital each per season.


* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Deepika dies at the hospital, Jai kills himself before trial, and Sonu only gets three year because he is a minor.]]

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* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Deepika dies at the hospital, Jai kills himself before trial, and Sonu only gets three year years behind bars because he is a minor.]]


''Delhi Crime'' is a 2019 {{Creator/Netflix}} PoliceProcedural {{miniseries}} [[{{Dramatization}} dramatizing]] the investigation of the infamous [[TwentyMinutesIntoThePast 2012]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Delhi_gang_rape gang-rape case]] in the neighbourhood of Munirka, in South Delhi, where six men posed as a night bus crew and passage to savagely rape, mutilate, and attempt to murder a random female passenger. The events are told mainly from the points of view of [[DaChief Deputy Commissioner of the Police]] Vartika Chaturvedi, and two-weeks [[NewMeat rookie]] officer Neeti Singh, who, being women themselves, find the case and culprits particularly repulsive.

!!This miniseries provides examples of:

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''Delhi Crime'' is a 2019 {{Creator/Netflix}} PoliceProcedural {{miniseries}} anthology series created by Richie Mehta (''{{Film/Amal}}''), that [[{{Dramatization}} dramatizing]] the investigation of dramatizes]] a [[BasedOnATrueStory real]], different [[PoliceProcedural crime investigation]] in {{UsefulNotes/India}}'s capital each season.

The first season, based on
the infamous [[TwentyMinutesIntoThePast 2012]] 2012 [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Delhi_gang_rape Munirka gang-rape case]] case]], was released in the neighbourhood of Munirka, in South Delhi, where six men posed as a night bus crew and passage to savagely rape, mutilate, and attempt to murder a random female passenger. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture 2019]]. The events are told mainly from the points of view of [[DaChief Deputy Commissioner of the Police]] Vartika Chaturvedi, and two-weeks [[NewMeat rookie]] officer Neeti Singh, who, being women themselves, find the series has been renewed for a second season that will depict a different case and culprits particularly repulsive.

!!This miniseries
but feature the same cast. It is unknown what case it will be or if the cast will play the same characters.

!!The first season
provides examples of:

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* ConsummateLiar: Jai Singh keeps his cool as he lies about his whereabouts during the night of the rape and pretends to know nothing about it. This makes Vartika think that he's done the same before.


* YouFailSexEdForever: A detective ponders that the rising number of gang rapes is a result of young men oversexualizing women as a result of having easy access to porn but no sexual education.


* YourCheatingHeart: Akash [[spoiler:has another girlfriend in his home town]].
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%%* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle

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* YourCheatingHeart: Akash [[spoiler:has [[spoiler:Akash has another girlfriend in his home town]].
%%* YouFailSexEdForever
%%* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle
* YouFailSexEdForever: A detective ponders that the rising number of gang rapes is a result of young men oversexualizing women as a result of having easy access to porn but no sexual education.
* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: The police runs into several different Sonus before finding the one they are looking for.



%%* CompleteMonster
%%* EndingFatigue


''Delhi Crime'' is a 2019 {{Creator/Netflix}} PoliceProcedural {{miniseries}} [[{{Dramatization}} dramatizing]] the investigation of the infamous [[TwentyMinutesIntoThePast 2012]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Delhi_gang_rape gang-rape case]] in the neighbourhood of Munirka, in South Delhi, where six men posed as a night bus crew and passage to savagely rape, mutilate, and attempt to murder a random female passenger. The series is told mostly from the points of view of female [[DaChief Deputy Commissioner of the Police]] Vartika Chaturvedi, and two-weeks [[NewMeat rookie]] officer Neeti Singh, who, being women themselves, find the case and culprits specially heinous.

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''Delhi Crime'' is a 2019 {{Creator/Netflix}} PoliceProcedural {{miniseries}} [[{{Dramatization}} dramatizing]] the investigation of the infamous [[TwentyMinutesIntoThePast 2012]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Delhi_gang_rape gang-rape case]] in the neighbourhood of Munirka, in South Delhi, where six men posed as a night bus crew and passage to savagely rape, mutilate, and attempt to murder a random female passenger. The series is events are told mostly mainly from the points of view of female [[DaChief Deputy Commissioner of the Police]] Vartika Chaturvedi, and two-weeks [[NewMeat rookie]] officer Neeti Singh, who, being women themselves, find the case and culprits specially heinous.particularly repulsive.



* {{Irony}}: One of the older female officers took the police academy admission exam only because she wanted to support a friend. She passed her exam and her friend didn't.



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%%* WhiteSheep
%%* WoundedGazelleGambit
%%* WretchedHive
%%* YourCheatingHeart

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%%* WhenYouComingHomeDad
%%* WhiteSheep
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%%* WretchedHive
%%* YourCheatingHeart
* WhenYouComingHomeDad: During the investigation, the officers employ all their hours into the case and even sleep in the police station, isolating them from their families.
* WhiteSheep: Dada Singh, a brother of Jai and Amar who is not a criminal and collaborates when he is told what they are being looked for.
* WoundedGazelleGambit: Jai uses his arm injury to claim that he could not have committed the crime.
* WretchedHive: The series begins with a voiceover telling how Delhi has the population of a small country, but only a fraction of police of other megacities. Most have their hands full from just dealing with traffic and protection of public figures, which leads to a lot of crimes being unreported and unsolved.
* YourCheatingHeart: Akash [[spoiler:has another girlfriend in his home town]].


* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Vinod trying to get the case off his station by involving another jurisdiction, Neeti not buying a driver's claim that he is just carrying schoolbooks and ignoring his attempt to bribe her.



* StablishingCharacterMoment: Vinod trying to get the case off his station by involving another jurisdiction, Neeti not buying a driver's claim that he is just carrying schoolbooks and ignoring his attempt to bribe her.



%%* TakeAThirdOption
%%* TeensAreMonsters
%%* ThereIsNoKillButOverkill
%%* TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse

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%%* TakeAThirdOption
%%* TeensAreMonsters
%%* ThereIsNoKillButOverkill
%%* TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse
* TakeAThirdOption: In a example of CultureClash, a Hindu cop cannot accept a rooster's sacrifice and meat, and his Buddhist counterpart cannot ''not'' give the rooster to him because of hospitality laws and will take a refusal as an insult. The Hindu convinces the Buddhist to release the rooster in his name.
* TeensAreMonsters: Sonu, one of the six attackers, is under 18. Although he isn't sure.
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: The completely over the top attempt to murder Deepika.
* TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse: The perpetrators don't stand out and are free to resume their lives in the immediate aftermath of the attack, with no suspicion.



%%* TooDumbToLive
%%* TorchesAndPitchforks
%%* TrappedBehindEnemyLines
%%* VigilanteExecution
%%* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend
%%* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis

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%%* TooDumbToLive
%%* TorchesAndPitchforks
%%* TrappedBehindEnemyLines
%%* VigilanteExecution
%%* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend
%%* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis
* TorchesAndPitchforks: The crime galvanizes Indian society and leads to demonstrations clamoring against both the criminals and the police.
* VigilanteExecution: Several officers and civilians threaten the criminals with killing or maiming them before they make it to trial.
* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis: After the case goes viral, a man who was robbed by the six-man gang using the same fake bus scheme comes forward. Had he bothered, they may have got them before their last victims. But he thought PoliceAreUseless.


* HidingBehindReligion: Jai has a Shiva figurine on the bus's dashboard, but never gives indication of being religious. It is just as possible that he has it to give victims a false sense of security before the attacks.



* HidingBehindReligion: Jai keeps a Shiva figurine on the dashboard of the bus, but never gives any indication of having religious beliefs.


%%* IncorruptiblePurePureness: Neeti.

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%%* * IncorruptiblePurePureness: Neeti.Neeti's EstablishingCharacterMoment has her stopping a driver and insisting on checking his cargo just as she's been told to do, ignoring his excuses and a blatant attempt to bribe her. She later gets assigned to support Deepika's parents in the hospital, and politely refuses to touch Jai when Vartika gives her permission to do [[DeadlyEuphemism anything she wants]] to him.



* StupidEvil:
** Jai decides to kill the couple by throwing them off the bus and running them over. At that point the bus's interior was already covered in Deepika's blood, so killing them inside would have not made it any harder to clean. By addind this pointless final villainy, he instead ensures that his victims will be discovered while still alive and allows them to tell police everything.
** The terrorist in the first episode. See above.



%%* StablishingCharacterMoment

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%%* StablishingCharacterMoment* StablishingCharacterMoment: Vinod trying to get the case off his station by involving another jurisdiction, Neeti not buying a driver's claim that he is just carrying schoolbooks and ignoring his attempt to bribe her.



%%* StrawmanNewsMedia
%%* StreetUrchin
%%* SurroundedByIdiots

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%%* StreetUrchin
%%* SurroundedByIdiots
* StrawmanNewsMedia: The press milks the case for all they can, giving credibility to all sort of rumors and exaggerations just to get higher ratings. A journalist even tells Vartika that she has been told by her superiors to plain make up stuff that will make the police look bad. Later on, they hound Akash for a TV interview (and would probably do to Deepika, if doctors had not forbidden strangers from talking to her), not caring that this might be used by the perpetrators's defence at their trials.
* StreetUrchin: One is asked during the search for Sonu... who turns out to be a [[TeensAreMonsters barely grown]] example himself.
* StupidEvil:
** Jai decides to kill the couple by throwing them off the bus and running them over. At that point the bus's interior was already covered in Deepika's blood, so killing them inside would have not made it any harder to clean. By addind this pointless final villainy, he instead ensures that his victims will be discovered while still alive and allows them to tell police everything.
** The terrorist in the first episode. See above.
* SurroundedByIdiots: How Vartika feels at times.



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%%* WeCouldHaveAvoidedThisWeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis

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