Mum Bhai Web Series on ALTBalaji: Angad Bedi is prepared to rule Mumbai City in two days

Mum Bhai is a new upcoming web series which is going to release on ALTBalaji and Zee5 as well. Angad Bedi shares a photo on his social media handle in which he looks ready to rule Mumbai City in just two days. The web series is directed by Akshay Choubey.

By Bandana Singh, Updated : Nov 10, 2020 16:10 IST
Mum Bhai Web Series on ALTBalaji: Angad Bedi is prepared to rule Mumbai City in two days
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Mum Bhai is a new upcoming web series which is going to release on November 12 this year in 2020. The web series is directed by Akshay Choubey which is going to release on ALTBalaji and Zee5.  The web series is produced by Apoorva Lakhia. It features Angad Bedi in the main leading role along with other vital characters such as Sikander Kher, Priyank Sharma, and Saneepa Dhar in the main leading role. 

Angad Bedi took it to his Instagram to share a pic from his upcoming web series which is soon going to be released on two OTT platforms on ALTBalaji and Zee5. 

Angad Bedi is playing the role of Bhaskar Shetty an encounter specialist cop who has taken the charge of cleaning the crimes from the streets of his city Mumbai. Sikandar Kher is going to be seen as playing the role of an underworld don while Priyanka Sharma's role is full of suspense and mystery. 

As per the trailer, Mum Bhai starts with the introduction of 1990 in which Mumbai Police set up the Anti-Terrorism squad to counter crime incidents in the city. The show relies on cops and gagsters eyeing the crown of power and politics. The trailer reveals that the web series is going to be full action-packed.

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Priyank Sharma seems very excited to share the screen space with Angad and Sikander. "I cannot control my enthusiasm because I have the opportunity to work with such talented actors as Angad Bedi and Sikander Kher. I hope to start filming the series soon with all the precautions and following the necessary guidelines," he added.