Mandira Bedi To Play A Fiery, Fierce Cop In Upcoming Web Series Alongside Sid Makkar

Mandira Bedi will soon be seen in a cop avatar, in an upcoming murder mystery series. Details and the title of the show are still under wraps.

Mandira Bedi will soon be portraying the role of a cop in an upcoming murder mystery series. In an interview, Mandira Bedi said, “I play the role of Ruhana Dhulap, a sharp, short-tempered yet successful police officer. She is fierce, fiery, and fantastic at what she does. However, it is this one murder case of a young businessman that has her completely web locked and she puts her all into solving it.”

Talking about her role, she said, “I have played a police officer before, but Ruhana’s character is different, and what I enjoyed the most was (the fact that) her approach to each interrogation is unique. I believe this is a series that’s truly one of a kind. I am eagerly looking forward to the release of this edge-of-the-seat thriller”.  The makers have released no details about the show. The show also stars Sid Makkar, Dipannita Sharma and Nauheed Cyrusi, and will be released on Disney+ Hotstar.

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Earlier, Mandira Bedi was a part of the ZEE5 Original Qubool Hai 2.0. She played the role of Ms Damini Sood who’s Asad’s supervisor and an Indian agent. Qubool Hai 2.0 is a digital adaptation of the ZEE show of Qubool Hai. The show starred Surbhi Jyoti and Karan Singh Grover in lead roles.

In the recent past, Mandira Bedi was in talks after she gave a befitting reply to a troll who made wrong statements about her adopted daughter Tara. She said that people like these deserve a special mention and should be called out for their wrongdoings.

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