After Ajay Devgn, Ranveer Singh and Akshay Kumar, Rohi Shetty introduced Sidharth Malhotra, Vivek Oberoi and Shilpa Shetty into his cop universe with ‘Indian Police Force‘.
During an event hosted by Pinkvilla, a fan asked Rohit Shetty which of the three Bollywood stars, Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, or Salman Khan, he would choose to include in his ‘cop-verse’ (police universe).Rohit humorously responded, “All three. Why should I leave out anyone?” When the fan inquired if there were already plans in motion for this collaboration, Rohit assured, “Slowly, slowly. There’s plenty of time; we’ll turn the entire industry into cops. Don’t worry… No one will be left out! We’ll have our own unique police function.” This lighthearted reply left everyone amused.

After working together on the hit film ‘Chennai Express,’ Rohit Shetty expressed a longing to recreate that success, mentioning that he feels the need to make a film similar to ‘Chennai Express‘ again. Without directly quoting, he conveyed that if he develops a compelling and grand story, he intends to create a new film. Notably, Deepika Padukone, who played a pivotal role in ‘Chennai Express,’ is set to make her entry into Rohit Shetty’s ‘cop-verse’ as a police officer in the upcoming movie ‘Singham Again.’

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Rohit Shetty’s series, ‘Indian Police Force,’ is set to premiere on Amazon Prime on January 19, marking his debut as a digital director. The show boasts a star-studded cast including Sidharth Malhotra, Shilpa Shetty, and Vivek Oberoi in prominent roles. Additionally, pivotal roles in ‘Indian Police Force’ will be played by Shweta Tiwari, Nikitin Dheer, Rituraj Singh, Mukesh Rishi, and Lalit Parimoo.

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