Sidharth Mhalotra, Rohit Shetty, cop universe, Indian Police Force

After a lot of conjectures, actor Sidharth Malhotra is finally all set to star in Rohit Shetty’s cop universe Indian Police Force. The actor makes his debut as a cop and mind you, he looks dashing. Earlier, Sidharth took to his Instagram account and dropped his first glimpse where he is seen facing his back to the camera, donning a khaki wardi. Though his face was not visible in the photo, we were already smitten to see his look. Now, the actor has released a new video that gives us glimpses of Rohit Shetty’s cop universe Indian Police Force while announcing that they have kick-started the shoot of the series.

In the video, Rohit Shetty gives a peek into what goes behind the camera. We get to several khaki wardis and navy uniforms hanging in the closet. Furthermore, the video also showcases how the team is gearing up to shoot and getting their cameras and trolleys ready for the shoot. The video also gives us glimpses of ammunition and police cars that will be used in the series. However, the best parts about the video were Rohit using a machine gun and Sidharth’s entry.



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As the video progresses, amidst all the police cars, we get to see the dashing looking Sidharth walking wearing his cop uniform. As we have already seen him in an army uniform in Shershaah, we are sure Sidharth will nail this part as well. We are really looking forward to watching the new collaboration between Rohit Shetty and Sidharth Malhotra in this new cop universe, titled, Indian Police Force.

Shifting his cop universe from the big screens, the Sooryavanshi director has decided to take this universe digital. Indian Police Force which revolves around cops will be streaming on Amazon Prime.

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