Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story is a real-life story based on a book by Dalal and Debashis Basu. Focusing on how Harshad fixed the framework in agreement with public area banks and private budgetary establishments, prompting misfortunes running into a large number of crores, it depicts the rags to riches story. Harshad begins facing such a large number of challenges, giving his doubters the possibility they were searching for. The insightful revealing by Sucheta prompts an inquiry by the Reserve Bank of India and soon the Central Bureau of Investigation. A CBI analytical official Madhavan (Rajat Kapoor) fixes the screws on Harshad and his accomplices, particularly authorities of State Bank of India’s Mumbai branch and former Unit Trust of India Chief MK Pherwani (KK Raina). Something spoiled at the seat of intensity, Delhi, is also appeared. An incredible exhibition from Pratik Gandhi definitely makes a difference. While he barely takes after Harshad Mehta genuinely, he channels the appeal and conviction and is never more dazzling than when he lets hubris dominate. “My biggest crime is that I am Harshad Mehta,” he says in any event, at the most critical moment even when he was on the radar of the central agencies.