After a stellar response to ‘Rip-off 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story’, the sequence is ready to make a comeback with its new season, the teaser of which was unveiled on Friday. The teaser begins with the voice-over of Manoj Bajpayee because it harps again to the sooner season which advised the story of Indian inventory market rip-off of 1992 which amounted to Rs 5000 crore.
For the second season, the story will observe the Rs 30, 000 crore rip-off pulled off by fruit vendor Abdul Karim Telgi. Telgi was a convicted Indian counterfeiter, who began his counterfeiting profession by making pretend passports.
He then began a enterprise to export manpower to Saudi Arabia and opened an organization. For a similar, he used to create a number of pretend paperwork that might facilitate labourers’ clean passage on the airport even when their passport had an emigration examine required stamp or different points that might elevate crimson flags for immigration officers.
Telgi moved to extra complicated counterfeiting when he started to counterfeit stamp paper. He appointed 300 folks as brokers who offered the fakes to bulk purchasers, together with banks, insurance coverage corporations, and inventory brokerage companies.
The teaser contains a dialogue which has the potential to go viral on the memes, “Paisa kamaya nahi banaya jaata hai”. Nevertheless, all through the size of the teaser, the titular character`s face hasn`t been revealed.
The second season retains the signature soundtrack designed by Achint Thakkar, who additionally composed the soundtrack of the streaming movie ‘Monica, O My Darling’. The present options Gagan Dev Rirar within the titular function of Abdul Karim Telgi.
‘Rip-off 2003: The Telgi Story’ is directed by Tushar Hiranandani and Hansal Mehta serves because the showrunner. The sequence is produced by Applause Leisure in affiliation with Studio Subsequent.. The sequence can be accessible to stream on Sony LIV from September 2.
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