Scam 2003 Review - A Gripping Tale of Deception and Corruption

Scam 2003: The Telgi Story is a gripping film that portrays the real-life story of deception and corruption

The series follows the story of Abdul Karim Telgi, a BCom graduate from Karnataka, who orchestrated one of the biggest financial scams in India's history, estimated to be around Rs 30,000 crore.

Gagan Dev Riar, who plays the role of Abdul Karim Telgi, delivers an authentic and convincing performance

The series takes its time to set the pace and narrative of the story, which might be a challenge for new viewers unfamiliar with director Hansal Mehta's cinematic world-building

The series avoids unnecessary masala scenes and focuses on simplifying the complex scam for a wider audience

The series captivates with its enigmatic aura and gradual progression of Abdul's descent into greed

The background score enhances the overall experience, while the integration of scenes from different timelines adds to the nostalgia factor

The series stands tall on its own, but may be overshadowed by the comparison and the recent release of "Farzi", a fictional scam series starring Shahid Kapoor and Vijay Sethupathi

Whether you are a fan of true crime stories or simply enjoy a well-crafted narrative, "Scam 2003" is worthy of your attention

"Scam 2003: The Telgi Story" offers a documentary-like experience, shedding light on the stamp paper counterfeiting scam and the corrupt system surrounding it