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Regina Cassandra, Jaanbaaz Hindustan Ke (ZEE5)
Regina Cassandra, who plays Kavya Iyer in ‘Jaanbaaz Hindustan Ke’ portrays a strong headed and bright IPS officer who is a single parent to an eight-year-old child. While overseeing the operation, she faces a lot of flak from her male contemporaries in the male-centric institution. Kavya fights against odds and proves die-hard patriotism and commitment towards the nation. Regina Cassandra has essayed this role beautifully and successfully manged to strike a chord with the audiences.
Shefali Shah, Delhi Crime (Netflix)
Shefali Shah had portrayed a tough Delhi police officer who is investigating evidences behind a rape incident. In the role of DCP Vartika Chaturvedi, she took the crime personally and decides to handle the case herself. She had enlisted her most trusted officers within the otherwise bureaucratic and inefficient department, including Neeti Singh, a young and ambitious trainee. ‘Delhi Crime’ went onto won the ‘International Emmy Award’ for ‘Best Drama Series’ and was widely appreciated by the audience.
Zoya Hussain, Grahan (Disney+ Hotstar)
Zoya Hussain had portrayed the role of an honest and sincere IPS officer Amrita Singh in ‘Grahan’. The narrative focuses on Amrita who is heading the Special Investigation Team (SIT) and is tasked with investigating the 1984 riots. She is adamant about finding what has happened decades ago and is taken aback when she learns that her father, Gursevak Singh was one of the prime suspects of 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Bokaro, Jharkhand. Zoya Hussain’s portrayal of a righteous cop who is struggling to work on her own terms is nothing but remarkable!
Rani Mukherji, ‘Mardani 2’ (Amazon Prime Video)
Rani Mukherji essayed the fearless and powerful cop in ‘Mardaani’ as well as ‘Mardaani 2’, in which the narrative revolves around a 21-year old boy Sunny, a psychopath who has a penchant for assaulting and killing girls. He's locked horns with top cop Shivani Shivaji Roy (Rani Mukherji). SP Shivani Roy, nevertheless, swears to find him and bring charges against him. The film is a timely reminder of how good this industry can be when it chooses not to be weighed down by prejudice, market-driven compulsions and lazy formulae. Rani Mukherji’s spine-chilling thunderous performance steals the show and gives you serious goosebumps!
Sruthi Hariharan, Vadham (MX Player)
Sruthi Hariharan had played Sakthi, a no-nonsense inspector at an all-women’s police station in 'Vadham'. When a high-profile businessman is murdered cold-heartedly, a wave of shock runs across the city shaking the politicians, police and all other influencers. Given the high-profile case the police are made to take immediate action and conduct investigations. Sakthi with a heart of gold is at the receiving end of predicaments. With her future in-laws on the fence about her profession, she is often torn between her professional and personal life. Sruthi’s performance of a courageous and empowering cop will definitely keep you hooked to the screen!