Pratik Gandhi starrer Scam 1992 beats the American TV show, Breaking Bad’s record, with the rating of 9.6, becoming the number 1 TV show among the IMDb’s top 250 TV Shows. Scam 1992 was the only Indian web series to reach the list of IMDb’s top 250 shows, being at the 18th position. However, with the rating of 9.6, Hansal Mehta directed TV series smashed all the records.
Scam 1992 is now the highest rated Indian show among the IMDb’s top 250 shows, even beating American web drama Breaking Bad, Band of Brothers, Chernobyl, and Ricky and Morty. The series is also among one of the most talked about and intriguing web series, which has captivated a huge number of audience.
Scam 1992 ranked number 1 in IMDb’s top 250 shows
Scam 1992, an Indian TV show which hovers around the biggest scams in the Indian Stock Market of the 1990s, was the only Indian series to reach the list of IMDb’s top 250 shows, being at 18th position. However, Hansal Mehta directed TV series has smashed all the records, and has been ranked number 1 among the IMDb’s top 250 shows, even breaking the record of American web series Breaking Bad.
Scam 1992, starring Pratik Mehta, Shreya Dhawanthary, and Nikhil Dwivedi, is among one of the most talked about and famous web series, captivating a huge number of audience with its intriguing plot and characters.
Directed by Hansal Mehta, the series has received the rating of 9.6, and Pratik Gandhi feels glad that it has now become the only Indian show, to represent the Indian entertainment industry in an esteemed list of shows.
A tweet shared by Filmfare on twitter read, “Congratulations to @mehtahansaland his entire team as #Scam1992gets ranked number 1 in IMDB’s top 250 TV shows of all time. The show tops with a rating of 9.6, beating Breaking Bad for the number one spot.”
Pratik Gandhi, who used to work in Gujrati cinema before he worked in Scam 1992, became an overnight star after he was well-appreciated and appraised for his role in Hansal Mehta directed series. The actor claims that he still receives messages from people, appreciating him and his performance in the highest-rated TV show.