“Scam 1992” is an outstanding series that puts Indian television in a whole new league. This movie presents a real-life story very similar to Hollywood movies like “The Big Short” and “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and it certainly should be talked about in the same conversation with those great movies. This show has a very tight screenplay in which every piece of dialogue and every scene is important. There is not a single moment where the viewer can zone out and no time is wasted at all. The show does feature a lot of business terminology that only people well versed in the financial world will easily grasp. Even though I am not one of those people, I still thought I could follow the story fairly easily and think its complex moments of dialogue make it an easy series to watch again at some point. Aside from the well-thought-out dialogue, the acting and storytelling are top-notch. This is a story that fully benefits from a miniseries format and I found myself binge-watching the show for hours when I had the time. Overall, it is a great show that is constantly either entertaining or interesting and quite frequently, pulls off being both.