SonyLIV has the return of the hugely popular online series “Scam.” The new subject of the third installment was disclosed by the film’s creator, Hansal Mehta, on social media.

In Scam 1992, the first instalment, Harshad Mehta was the subject. 1992 Stock Market Scam: The Harshad Mehta Story detailed the actions of Harshad Mehta and other stockbrokers in the 1993 Indian stock market scam. The journalistic work The Scam: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Got Away by Sucheta Dalal and Debashish Basu served as the basis for the television show.

Both reviewers and spectators praised Pratik Gandhi’s depiction of Harshad Mehta. The soundtrack for the OTT series shot to fame. For the online series, Hansal and Jai Mehta shared directing duties.

The tale of Abdul Karim Telgi’s early 2000s stamp paper fraud was told in the second web series, Scam 2003: The Telgi Story. The book Telgi Scam: Reporter’s ki Diary by Sanjay Singh served as the basis for the television series.

Reviews for Gagan Dev Riar’s portrayal of Abdul Karim Telgi were highly favorable. Bollywood performers Mukesh Tiwari, Bhavana Balsavar, Aman Verma, and Iravati Harshe are also featured in the OTT series.

The Subrata Roy Saga, a 2010 scam:

2010’s Scam: The Subrata Roy Story will be the third installment in the series. Covered in the next online series is the investor fraud case of Sahara India Pariwar, which relates to the “illegal” raising of funds by two Sahara businesses through the issue of OFCDs, which SEBI judged to be unlawful.

The book Sahara: The Untold Story by Tamal Bandyopadhyay would serve as the basis for the television series, according to Bollywood Hungama. There is still no information available about the cast of Scam 2010: The Subrata Roy Saga.

I consider Scam to be more than merely a franchise. It serves as a record of our era. According to an official statement, Hansal Mehta expressed his excitement at working with Applause and Sony LIV once more to bring this extraordinary story to life.

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