Vijay (Nagarjuna) is the right hand of international don David (Ashish Vidyarthi), who suffers a setback when an undercover cop starts eliminating key members of his gang. So David assigns the task of finding out the cop to his most trusted subordinate Bhai, who finds out some shocking facts about the cop. What happens next forms the crux of the story.
Overall, Bhai is a good popcorn entertainer and the concoction of commercial elements make it a mass film, which everybody would love to watch. It is must watch film for the fans of Nagarjuna, who is coming back to mass format after long time.
‘Bhai’ came in with good expectations, riding on the back of a nice audio album from DSP. But the film fails to entertain. Poor screenplay, bad writing and terrible editing spoil the overall viewing experience. Bhai is a disappointment and it ends up as a damp squib.
The basic flaw of ‘Bhai’ lies in predictability of the script. This is an olden story of a missing hero uniting with the family setting the villains on fire and becoming the savior. So, Veerabhadram should have concentrated more on bringing the perceptive family emotions on screen.
Box Office wise, this film is releasing at a time when entire state is reeling under severe flood like cyclone affected situations with heavy downpours recorded. So, we have to wait for opening revenues. Nevertheless, there are no hopes for a long run.