After Indian Police Force, Rohit Shetty shares update on Golmaal 5 and Singham Again: ‘I keep making bigger films’

    Rohit Shetty opens up about his much awaited future projects Golmaal 5 and Singham Again, starring Ajay Devgn

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    Comedy and action are two genres which don’t exactly go hand in hand. But mixing them together to make a masterpiece is something filmmaker Rohit Shetty has expertise in. Some of the biggest examples of the same are Chennai Express, Golmaal series and his beloved cop universe. Well, Shetty’s latest project which is now out for binge-watching is Indian Police Force. This web series is the newest addition to his cop universe and marks the filmmaker’s digital debut. Starring Sidharth Malhotra in the lead along with Vivek Oberoi and Shilpa Shetty, it arrived on Prime Video today.

    Well, fans were obviously excited to get lost in this exciting new world presented by Rohit. But they have also been waiting for an update on the next Golmaal film as well as Singham Again. As we already know, both the films will star Ajay Devgn in the lead. While Singham Again will mark his comeback as Bajirao Singham, Golmaal 5 will reunite him with Arshad Warsi and Tusshar Kapoor. Much to the delight of movie lovers, Rohit has now opened up about both the projects. Talking to Pinkvilla, he confirmed that he will make Golmaal 5, and hopes to deliver it to the audience in the next 2 years.

    Shetty was quoted saying, “I think, cinema in today’s time has to be grand and bigger than the likes of All The Best and Golmaal, which I made back in the day. By big, I don’t mean action. I can’t add action in Golmaal, but I can amp up the scale in the genre. There are so many fans of Golmaal, and I am making this brand for the fans. The next Golmaal film has to be bigger, and better though it’s a comedy franchise.” He went on to add, “I keep making bigger films. Singham Again is 10 times bigger than the first Singham. IPF is almost as big as Sooryavanshi.”

    Have you had a chance to catch the first episode of Indian Police Force yet?