Mum Bhai is a crime drama web series produced in India in Hindi. Akshay Choubey is the director and Balaji Telefilms is the producer. Sunny Hinduja, Angad Bedi, and Sandeepa Dhar are among the cast members of the show.
Bhaskar Shetty, a crooked cop, and his rise to prominence are shown in this film. On November 12, 2020, the series was released digitally on both ZEE5 and ALT Balaji.
Release Date for Season 2 of Mum Bhai
Mum Bhai’s first season premiered on Zee 5 and Alt Balaji on November 12th, 2020, with a total of 13 episodes. The length of each episode ranged from 30 to 40 minutes. Alt Balaji has declared that Mum Bhai season 2 will be released date on the 15th of December, 2022, on a third of the month.
Season 2 of Mum Bhai Plot
Bhaskar Shetty, played by Angad Bedi, has had a number of run-ins with the law over his career. In Mumbai, he was the best encounter specialist.
He settles his cases according to his own standards. It mainly shows his path as an encounter expert and how he solves his cases in a distinctive manner.
Mum Bhai is actually based on a true story. It depicts and ties together real-life occurrences in Mumbai. Storylines for the second season should feature Bhaskar Shetty’s fresh encounter cases.
The cast of Season 2 of Mum Bhai
- Actor Angad Bedi as Bhaskar Shetty
- Vaishnavi is played by Sandeepa Dhar.
- Rama Shetty is played by Sikandar Kher.
- With Priyank Sharma as Prithvi.
- Kumar Choudhary was appointed as Chavan’s Minister of State.
- Zaheer, played by Sunny Hinduja
- Officer Karekar, played by Sameer Dharmadhikari, is a fictional character in the film.
- Ranjana, played by Madhurima Roy
Despite the fact that the show’s core ensemble would remain the same for the second season, Bedi plays an encounter specialist, while Kher portrays an underworld kingpin in the film. Meanwhile, the persona played by Priyank will be a source of intrigue and mystery.
The Mumbai underworld will be the setting for the MumBhai web series, which centers on the camaraderie between a cop and a criminal. Alt Balaji and ZEE5 will broadcast this program.
Season 1 of Mum Bhai: Review
We follow a young Bhaskar, raised by his mother in Mangalore during the 1980s when gang conflicts and shootouts were making headlines in Mumbai. Bhaskar, on the other hand, injures his instructor when she inappropriately touches his mother.
A small-time crook, Rama Shetty (Sikander Kher), takes him under his wing after that occurrence. To ensure he’ll be useful down the road, Rama hired him as a janitor at a restaurant.
He eventually grows up to join the Mumbai Police, where he works under Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) officer Karekar (Sameer Dharmadhikari), who adheres to the controversial doctrine of “no arrest, shoot first and think later”.
Bhaskar has climbed through the ranks and established a reputation as an encounter specialist, but can he do his department proud by making Mumbai a crime-free city? It’s possible that the city and his agency could become a pool of enemies for him.
To keep things moving along the way they should, the director Akshay Choubey uses the voice-overs (done by Sharad Khedkar) in this 12-part series. There are no decent cop-criminal chases or even good action moments in this film because it solely uses gunfire.
With Apoorva Lakhia, Chintan Gandhi, Chintan Shah, and Raj Vasant, Akshay and his team of writers have nicely scripted the story of an arrogant and power-hungry police officer with a license to kill, who joins with journalists, politicians, and gangsters for his dreams.
In this case, though, the change from past to current time isn’t seamless enough, which slows down the pace of the story and makes it tiresome to watch. It’s difficult for viewers to imagine that they’re watching a web series from the 1980s because of the set design.
However, the title single, ‘Aa Gayle Mumbai Ke Asli Bhai Log,’ is catchy and features some Marathi rap. Angad’s Bhaskar character steals the show with his flawless facial expressions. For someone who started out as a youngster in Mangalore and ended up on the streets of Mumbai, his metamorphosis seems smooth.
He’s even been dubbed “ATS ka Kumble,” and he lives up to the moniker. Sikander’s character has two facets: one is the fearsome gangster who shoots people without hesitation, and the other is Bhaskar’s Rama Anna, who is always there to support Bhasker and teach him street smarts.
Sikander excels in his dual roles as both the villain and the hero. Inspector Kharekar and Vaishnavi each have their own methods of driving the story ahead. A comparison to films like “Once in Mumbai” and the “Shootout at Lokhandwala” flicks is inevitable.
Because they’ve established such high bar standards for this genre. However, it lacks the excitement of a gang-war series and instead focuses on the transformation of a decent cop into a bad cop. As a result of its performances, it’s best enjoyed once.