Bhai (Nagarjuna) is the most skilled and trusted enforcer of a Hong Kong based Don, named David (Ashish Vidyarthi). David is heavily dependant on Bhai for his day to day operations and this is resented by David’s sons, James (Sonu Sood) and Tony (Ajay). David sends Bhai to Hyderabad, to finish off an undercover police officer who is disrupting the mafia operations in the city. Bhai begins hunting down the undercover officer and uncovers his identity. The cop is none other than Arjun (Prasanna) and Bhai decides to finish him off. At the last moment, Bhai discovers a shocking truth about Arjun and his family. He must now protect Arjun from the clutches of David and his gang. What is that truth? What does Bhai do to save Arjun? Will he succeed in his mission?
The movie is no at all worth watching.The storyline is very similar to the Boss movie of akshay kumar. Richa Gangopadhyay looks good, but she has nothing to do.The plot is quite stale and predictable. There is no emotional depth in the proceedings. The film could have used three themes strongly. 1. Father – son conflict 2. Brother – sister sentiment 3. Romantic track between Nagarjuna and Richa. Sadly, none of the above themes have been utilized effectively.A weak screenplay and poor writing never allow the film’s graph to take off. Comedy is quite bad and despite the presence of so many comedians, entertainment quotient is quite low. The much publicized ‘Bhai Bullets’ are actually quite bad. Except for one or two,most of them appear forced and artificial.The placement of songs is quite poor. Editing is atrocious and this is one of the biggest reasons for the bad viewing experience.