Actor Pratik Gandhi was pleasantly surprised by the success of his web show, Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story, and assured that it would not be a ‘bizable’ show.
“There were some things that surprised me. The show is a financial thriller, so there’s a lot of financial stigma and a detailed process of how things happen. I was convinced by the idea that it wouldn’t be a binary show. People would take its time.” And he’ll see it at his own pace. But, at half past nine, people just saw it with a binary eye! It was a really good shock for me. “
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta’s series tells the story of one of the biggest financial scandals in the Indian stock market. The financial thriller is based on the book “The Scam: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Got Away” by Debasis Basu and Sucheta Dalal. The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes of Harshad Mehta.
Hansal Mehta’s show is applauding him for his storytelling and treatment.
Opening about an interesting turning point in his life, Prateek shared: “The Reliance Office fee that I worked as an HR professional for eight to nine years – for this series, we finished shooting in the same office fee.”
He describes Hansal Mehta as an actor-director.
“He doesn’t see anything on the monitor screen. He’s always there to feel the actors’ emotions and he doesn’t even worry about the monitor if it feels right. He’s the director who gives you so much freedom to produce. Character. He gives us so much. Spoiled as an actor by giving freedom, ”Pratik said during a conversation on IMDB on the scene.
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