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Scam 2003 The Telgi Story Review: Hansal Mehta’s Series Is An Engaging Tale On Stamp Paper Scam

Scam 2003 The Telgi Story Review
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Prepare to dive into the thrilling world of financial intrigue once again as Scam 2003, The Telgi Story makes its grand entrance in 2023. It is a Hindi-language biographical, financial thriller television series. Additionally, this electrifying saga is out on SonyLIV, expertly helmed by none other than Tushar Hiranandani. Meanwhile, he dons the director’s cap alongside the famous Hansal Mehta as co-director.

Filmmaker Hansal Mehta once announced that he would continue his Scam series with another exciting fraud scenario. Since then, viewers have been impatiently awaiting to see if Hansal Mehta will approach Scam 2003 with a similar fervor.

 

Scam 2003 Series Story

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In 2003, the notorious counterfeit stamp paper scheme that shooksparkedark for The Telgi Story. Moreover, it is a gripping tale depicting the real-life journey of Abdul Karim Telgi. This mastermind orchestrated a staggering Rs 30000 crore financial scandal. Meanwhile, a corresponding book lays the foundation for a captivating television series.

Conversely, the series unfolds the transformation of a fresh-faced graduate fruit vendor as he ventures into the bustling streets of Mumbai with dreams of striking it rich. Little did he know that his ambition would lead him to immense success. It will also punch a colossal hole in the Government’s coffers, amounting to thousands of crores in losses.

 

Scam 2003 The Telgi Story Review

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Hansal Mehta undeniably meets the high standards set by Scam 1992. We say this as he, along with his collaborator Tushar, has left no stone unturned in their meticulous exploration of every facet. Their execution of this crime drama is a testament to their skill. Additionally, it is executed with flawless precision and unwavering accuracy. The web series also boasts strikingly vivid and visually appealing imagery. It proves to be a lifesaver, given the crucial role of locations in the narrative.

The captivating and tension-laden background music perfectly complements Abdul’s relentless pursuit of wealth. Gagan, in our estimation, stands as one of the nation’s finest actors, possessing an incredible talent that brings Abdul to life with remarkable authenticity. His straightforward checkered shirts and ability to captivate anyone are also simply enchanting. It leaves no choice but to shower accolades upon his genuine portrayal. His ability to seamlessly transition between humor, innocence, and charm is commendable.

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Meanwhile, the supporting cast of the web series delivers stellar performances, adding just the right amount of drama and complexity to the show. The dialogues, both entertaining and distinctive, maintain a refreshing simplicity. While there might be occasional hints of political intrigue, it’s a minor quibble, for every writer and director deserves creative freedom. In the grand scheme of things, it’s hardly a significant issue.

 

Final Verdict

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The show appears to have everything that it needs to be a compelling watch. A compelling show is unquestionably required, given Hansal Mehta’s reputation for merging reality and life in his work. Additionally, Telgi’s journey from poverty to wealth and the film’s compelling plot and outstanding performers convey a positive message. We give the series 3.5 stars out of 5.

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Simran Kumari
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