Hansal Mehta teases viewers about his next scam series, Scam 2010: The Subrata Roy Saga

Scam 2010: The Subrata Roy Saga will be screened on Sony LIV, exclusively.


Filmmaker and director Hansal Mehta’s new fraud series, Scam 2010: The Subrata Roy Saga, is about to captivate audiences. The director is well-known from his earlier scam series, Scam 1992 and Scam 2003, and this newest series appears to be a potential addition to his repertoire. Although the project’s specifics and characters are being kept under wraps, the filmmaker himself will undoubtedly use it as a model for promotion.

On Twiteer, Hansal Megta wrote, “Sc3m is back! Scam 2010: The Subrata Roy Saga, coming soon on @SonyLIV #Scam2010OnSonyLIV @applausesocial @SonyLIVIntl.”

Subrata Roy was a maverick businessman whose story goes from dust to diamonds in Scam 2010. The glamorous Roy was arrested in 2014 after being implicated in a series of scandals including chit-fund manipulations and phony investors in the early 2000s. Approximately 25,000 crore rupees remain unclaimed in the hands of government officials.

Hansal Mehta added, “Scam is not just a franchise for me. It is a chronicling of our times. I’m thrilled to collaborate again with Applause and Sony LIV to bring this larger than life story alive.”

About Hansal Mehta’s body of work (Scam-related web series)

scam | Hansal Mehta announces Scam 2003: The Telgi Story, says it will  stream from September 2 - Telegraph India

Scam 2010 – The Subrata Roy Saga, one of India’s most famous financial scandals, will be explored in depth in this latest part, which builds on the popularity of Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story and Scam 2003: The Telgi Story. The series, which will be directed by Hansal Mehta and produced by Applause Entertainment in collaboration with Studio Next, is based on Tamal Bandyopadhyay’s book Sahara: The Untold Story.

The Scam franchise illuminates the notorious stories of financial fraud in India, from the compelling story of Abdul Karim Telgi’s counterfeit empire to the riveting representation of Harshad Mehta’s spectacular ris and collapse in the stock market.