Sidharth Malhotra Talks About His Debut OTT Show, Indian Police Force, and His Experience Working with Shilpa Shetty and Vivek Anand Oberoi
Sidharth Malhotra Praises Rohit Shetty’s Relaxed and Precise Approach on Set
In a recent interview with ETimes, Sidharth Malhotra discussed his experience working with Rohit Shetty on the director’s debut OTT show, Indian Police Force. Malhotra praised Shetty’s relaxed and precise approach on set, saying that it was “very relaxing as an actor.” He also said that Shetty “spoils his actors by precisely telling them what the previous scene was, what the next scene will be, and so on.”
Sidharth Malhotra Talks About His Camaraderie with Shilpa Shetty and Vivek Anand Oberoi
Malhotra also spoke about his camaraderie with Shilpa Shetty and Vivek Anand Oberoi on the set of Indian Police Force. He said that they “all gelled really well” and that he “really enjoyed” working with them. Malhotra also praised Shetty for her discipline and her ability to “light up the set.” He also said that Oberoi is “a great example of embodiment of discipline over 30 years.”
Shilpa Shetty Calls Rohit Shetty a ‘Tyrant’
In an earlier interview with ETimes, Shilpa Shetty called Rohit Shetty a ‘tyrant.’ When asked to comment on this, Malhotra said that Shetty “gets away with much more than what we can” because she is “senior to Rohit sir too!” He also said that everyone has their own way of functioning on set.
Rohit Shetty Says He Wanted to Keep Indian Police Force as Clean as His Movies
In an interview with ANI, Rohit Shetty said that he wanted to keep Indian Police Force as clean as his movies. He said that he didn’t want to get carried away by the freedom of OTT and that he ensured that the show is a family entertainer like his movies. Shetty also said that there is no unnecessary abuse or nudity in the show.
Rohit Shetty Talks About the Experience of Creating Content for OTT
Shetty also talked about the experience of creating content for OTT and how different it was from making movies. He said that he introduced his assistant director Sushwanth Prakash as a co-director for the show and that they split up the filming of the show so that Shetty could focus on the police part of the story and Prakash could focus on the criminal part of the story. Shetty said that this was a bit of an experiment, but that it worked out well.