Pratik Gandhi’s 1992 scam is one of India’s best 250 series of IMDb shows of all time

Pratik Gandhi’s 1992 scam is one of India’s best 250 series of IMDb shows of all time

Pratik Gandhi’s scam in 1992

Hansal Mehta’s Scam 1992 website: The Harshad Mehta Story is one of the most popular web sessions in India and around the world. Filmmaker Mehta received the story of one of the biggest financial frauds on the Indian stock market. The financial thriller was created as a winner, and turned Pratik Gandhi into a Gujarati actor. Harshad Mehta, the star of the night, tried.

Now, the 1992 scam has become the best show in India that has found its place on IMDb’s list of the world’s 250 most popular websites and TV series. It ranks 18th on the list. For non-reversals, users who rate the show on a 10-point scale determine the IMDb ratings. It is currently rated 9.6 out of 10.

On IMDb’s 250 Top 250 list, the 1992 scams are Band of Brothers, Chernobyl, Breaking Bad and Ricky and Morty.

Last year, when the show premiered, it emerged as the most rated session by users on IMDb’s 2020 Top 10 Indian Web Series list.

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For the uninitiated, Pratik worked in Gujarat cinema mainly before Hansal Mehta became the “1992 scam” celebrity all over India. He made his Bollywood debut as a friend of the hero in the 2018 film “Loveyatri” and is currently filming as the protagonist of the upcoming Horror Comedy “Atithi Bhooto Bhava”.

Asked if he thinks Sony LIV has cracked the key to success after the “Scam 1992” session? Pratik told IANS: “What I understand is that if you create an honest emotion, things will fall into place, and that’s what I’ve seen all these years – in the theater, in Gujarati Films and in ‘Scam 1992’. Those emotions are on screen or on stage. I can create them, the rest stays in place ”

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