How’s the Indian Police Force?

How’s the Indian Police Force: In the world of online shows, there’s a new trend – web series with big budgets, famous actors, and well-known directors. People expect a lot from them, just like they do from the Indian Police Force. Enter Khaki Story, a digital debut for Bollywood director Rohit Shetty, co-directed by Sushwant Prakash. It’s available in various languages, including Telugu, and started streaming last night, catching everyone’s attention with its impressive trailer.Β Let’s find out if it lives up to the hype.

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The story kicks off with more than 200 people losing their lives in bomb blasts in Delhi. DCP Kabir (played by Siddharth Malhotra) and CP Vikram (Vivek Oberoi) team up to investigate, joined by ATS special officer Tara (Shilpa Shetty). The mastermind behind the attacks, Jarrar (Mayank Tandon), goes on to commit similar crimes in Jaipur and Goa, avoiding capture. Vikram tragically dies in the process. The team then takes an unofficial journey to catch Jarrar hiding in Dhaka. The seven-episode series ends with a conclusion that’s easy to predict.

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Rohit Shetty tells a story that’s been told many times before, lacking the freshness we’ve seen in gripping dramas with similar backdrops. While it doesn’t get boring, the storytelling lacks the surprising twists and exciting action moments we usually expect. The investigation unfolds predictably, and the high-quality cast and production make it visually appealing. If you have a bit of patience, you can enjoy it for these aspects, but it falls short of delivering the excitement promised by the Indian Police Force.

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