Scam 2003 Volume 2 True Story: How did 'real-life' Abdul Karim Telgi die?
Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 has showcased Abdul Karim Telgi tested positive for HIV, however, did show its source or origin.-
Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 was released on Sony Liv on November 3, 2023. Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 is the continuation of Volume 1 which showcased the rise of Abdul Karim Telgi. Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 features Gagan Dev Riar as Abdul Karim Telgi, Kirandeep Kaur, Hemang Vyas as Kaushal Jhaveri, Mukesh Tiwari as Suryapratap Gehlot, Talat Aziz as Shaukat, Sana Amin Sheikh as Nafisa, Bharat Jadhav as Durgesh Bharade and more in the leading role. Directed by Tushar Hiranandani and helmed by Hansal Mehta, Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 is a true story based on the life of Abdul Karim Telgi who was the mastermind of the fake stamp paper case worth Rs 30,000 crore.
Those who have already watched Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2, are wondering how Abdul Karim Telgi died or what Abdul Karim Telgi's death reason. To know the answer continue reading-
What happened to Abdul Karim Telgi?
Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 has showcased Abdul Karim Telgi was tested positive for HIV. Notably, Telgi had an extramarital affair with a bar girl. Telgi came under the scanner of authorities and politicians when he spent almost Rs 100 crore cash on the girl for whom he used to feel inside the bar in a matter of few hours. Although Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 does not confirm that Abdul Telgi got infected with HIV by the bar girl, it indeed broke the mastermind of the fake paper stamp case.
Talking about 'real life' Abdul Karim Telgi's death reason, he was arrested in 2001 and later he was sentenced to 30 years of prison. In 2002, Abdul tested HIV positive. Finally, in 2013, Abdul was convicted of selling fake stamp papers worth Rs 17 lakhs. Abdul Telgi died suffering from multiple organ failure in Bengaluru on 23 October 2017. Notably, Abdul was acquitted by the Nashik sessions court, a year after his demise, due to lack of evidence.
Therefore, for those who haven't watched Scam 2003 - The Telgi Story Volume 2 yet, and wondering what to watch this weekend, Hansal Mehta's series is a must-watch.