Bollywood's unforgettable cops

The much awaited Aamir Khan starrer Talaash hit the screens on 30th November. But there have been good, bad, brave, violent and thinking cops in Bollywood before Inspector Shekhawat. A collection of images from Bollywood's best cop movies. Compiled by Deeksha Vasanth Rao

I agree with the list but i think Manoj Vajpayee in Shool as a police inspector is unforgettable.

from:  Arun Sharma
Posted on: Dec 11, 2012 at 16:05 IST

You missed out Shakti. I mean how could you miss that one. Are you serious?

from:  anirban
Posted on: Dec 10, 2012 at 09:19 IST

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