The final five episodes of SonyLIV's hit series deliver, revealing the full scope of Telgi's genius and audacity. A slow start in Vol. 1 pays off in this thrilling conclusion.
A rare misstep by Telgi throws his web of corrupt officials and politicians into disarray. The fallout exposes the depths of their dependence on his illicit schemes.
Telgi's wealth knows no bounds. He bails out banks, finances kidnappings, and operates with impunity, leaving everyone asking for "Gimme more."
An investigative team led by the relentless Suryapratap closes in on Telgi. Evidence mounts, threatening to bring down the master of the stamp paper scam.
The screenplay draws inspiration from Sanjay Singh's non-fiction book and real news reports, bringing authenticity and depth to the narrative.
Vol. 2 delves deeper, exposing the systemic corruption that enabled Telgi's rise. It's not just one man, but a network of greed and manipulation.
The show tackles serious themes but with a signature jaunty tone. Even as Telgi exploits the system, a dark humor emerges, highlighting the absurdity of his actions.
Telgi, the villain, starts questioning the very notions of justice and poverty. The lines blur, forcing viewers to confront complex moral dilemmas.
Gagan Dev Riar shines as Telgi, but the entire cast delivers exceptional performances. Each character, from corrupt officials to determined investigators, adds depth and nuance.
While Vol. 1 might have felt slow, Vol. 2 delivers a thrilling climax. The 10-episode series is best enjoyed as a whole, showcasing the power of delayed gratification.