Like many of its earlier shows, the anticipation that surrounds an upcoming ALTBalaji web series always has one excited. And when the offering is built around the Mumbai underworld, rest assured that viewers are waiting with bated breath. Well, that’s exactly the kind of hype that the soon-to-be-released crime drama “Mum Bhai” has created, and the makers have added to the curiosity by leaking/dropping an audio clip from the show on its social media platforms.
The audio clip has the conversation between an underworld don and his gang member talking about an encounter specialist Bhaskar Shetty. Looking to hunt down Bhaskar, little do they know that he’s the one who’s been hunting them. Not being one to mess with, ALTBalaji offers a sneak peek into the character with the post revealing “Iska sirf naam lene se kaanp uthta tha poora underworld! Bhaskar Shetty, naam yaad rakhna! #Mum Bhai, coming soon on #ALTBalaji.”
Through this intriguing audio clip, the OTT platform teases fans and raises the excitement level amongst them ahead of the show’s release. Mum Bhai features popular actor Angad Bedi playing the character of an encounter specialist named Bhaskar Shetty, along with Sikander Kher, who will portray the role of Rama Shetty, an underworld don. Actress Sandeepa Dhar last seen Zee5 web series “Abhay” in will seen playing the role of Vaishnavi in the web series.
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Iska sirf naam lene se kaanp uthta tha poora underworld! Bhaskar Shetty, naam yaad rakhna! #Mum Bhai, coming soon on #ALTBalaji . . . @ektarkapoor @angadbedi @iamsandeepadhar @sikandarkher @hindujasunny @vishwaskinii @sameerdharmadhikari @mad.raid @priyanksharmaaa @samkhan @lakhiaapoorva @balajitelefilmslimited @baljitsinghchaddha @tanusridgupta @crazysoberberry @akshayindahouse @zee5shows
Soon to stream on ALTBalaji and ZEE5 Club, “Mum Bhai” is a crime drama that will dive into the Mumbai underworld. The narrative revolves around the friendship between a cop and a criminal, set in the milieu of Mumbai’s underbelly from the late eighties to early 2000.
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