After web series like ‘Scam 1992’ and ‘Scoop’, Hansal Mehta has come up with a new story. The teaser of Hansal Mehta’s new series Scam 2003 has been released on social media. The series depicts the story of the Rs 30,000 crore stamp paper scam. Scam 2003 series will be available on Sony Live from September 2.
Hansal Mehta had said a long time ago that he is going to come up with the sequel of ‘Scam’. Since then people were waiting for his new story. Last year, Hansel announced the title of his new series ‘Scam 2003’. Now soon this show will be seen on your screen.
What is the story of Scam 2003?
The series will depict the story of a scammer who published fake stamp paper, the man hired more than 300 people to get the machines needed to publish the stamp paper. Who defrauded banks, insurance companies and many others. According to reports, there was a scam of Rs 30,000 crore in this case.
What is the scam of 2003?
Based on journalist and news reporter Sanjay Singh’s book ‘Reporter’s Diary’, this web series deals with the scandal that rocked the entire system of the country. Abdul Karim Telgi moved to Mumbai and later worked as a travel agent. Karim’s work at that time was limited to sending fake documents and stamp paper to Saudi Arabia.
In 1993, he caught the eye of the police and was jailed. Abdul meets Ram Ratan Soni, a stamp seller in jail. Ram Ratan was serving a sentence for forging share papers. Soni talks to Abdul about the share market. After coming out of jail, Telgi thought of a new venture and that was the fake stamp paper scam.