Rohit Shetty’s most recent endeavor, ‘Indian Police Force,’ pushes watchers into the turbulent universe of Delhi Police, wrestling with a progression of bombings coordinated by the Indian Mujahideen. Helmed by Shetty himself, close by Sushwanth Prakash, the series unites a ritzy cast, including Sidharth Malhotra, Vivek Oberoi, and Shilpa Shetty, among others.
As the story unfurls, the Joint CP Vikram Bakshi IPS (Vivek Oberoi) and SP Kabir Malik IPS (Sidharth Malhotra) lead a unique cell unit doled out to unwind the secrets behind the coordinated disorder.
The show starts off with a grasping reason – a spate of bombings spreading alarm across the public capital. The makers really catch the criticalness and pressure that goes with such an emergency, bringing watchers into the core of the examination. The adoration that Sidharth Malhotra’s resolved Kabir Malik has towards his nation and close ones, shapes the core of the series, upheld by a cast that incorporates Shilpa Shetty, Vivek Oberoi, Mukesh Rishi, Sharad Kelkar and others.
One of the champion parts of ‘Indian Police Force’ is its throbbing soundtrack created by Lijo George and DJ Chetas. The music supplements the super charged successions and adds a layer of force to the story. The makers really utilize sound to intensify tension and show, upgrading the general review insight.
Nonetheless, as the series advances, it becomes clear that Rohit Shetty’s propensity for over-the-top brave depictions is both a strength and a shortcoming. The expectation behind displaying amazing characters with an immovable obligation to equity is respectable, however the execution frequently passes into cringey and constrained minutes. Shetty’s unique style, set apart by vainglorious activity successions and emotional exchanges, once in a while eclipses the credibility of the characters and their battles.
While Sidharth Malhotra’s depiction of Kabir Malik is outstanding, offering a persuading mix regarding coarseness and weakness, Vivek Oberoi’s exhibition as Vikram Bakshi falls somewhat shy of assumptions. Sharad Kelkar is the great wind you didn’t see coming in the series. His charming moniker for Nikitin Dheer’s personality, Rana – ‘Tractor’, resembles a small, charming parody big stake.
Tara Shetty played by Shilpa Shetty was an eccentric projecting pick! At first, her lines felt slightly constrained, yet as the show moved on, it turned out to be better. The consideration of Tara in the series adds a unique component to the troupe and her presentation infuses newness into the story.
This series additionally acquaints us with Mayank Tandon’s Haider/Zarar, a new, globe-jogging reprobate who isn’t keen on threatening only the public capital yet additionally puts like Darbhanga (Bihar) and Kanpur.
In spite of being Kabir’s coach of-sorts, Oberoi’s depiction misses the mark on gravitas expected for such a job. A distinct difference is seen when contrasted with Javed Jaffrey’s effective exhibition in ‘Sooryavanshi,’ (the fourth film of the Rohit Shetty cop universe) where the coach character was depicted with a nuanced contact, reverberating with the crowd on a more profound level. Also, obviously, not to neglect, his incredible comedic timing.