In this research article, we consider a tri-trophic food chain model with one prey and two predators such as- prey, intermediate predator and top predator. In this model, the prey and intermediate predator follows non-monotonic functional response; top predator consumes prey and intermediate predator following Holling type I functional response. The positivity, boundedness of solutions of the proposed model and stability conditions of different equilibrium points are discussed here. Then using Center Manifold theorem, the nature of non-hyperbolic type equilibrium points are discussed. After that, different local bifurcations such as- Saddle-node, Transcritical and Hopf bifurcations are studied theoretically as well as numerically by considering half-saturation constant and death rate of intermediate predator as the bifurcation parameters. Finally, the dynamics of the proposed model has been illustrated with the help of some numerical simulations. © 2021, The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature India Private Limited.