Date: 2020-08-25 18:56:10
After Binge-watching Netflix reality-based crime movies/documentaries now it is the time to watch grown at home crimes by India's Bad Boy Billionaires, covering Vijay Mallya (Kingfisher Airlines), Nirav Modi (Indian businessman), Subrata Roy (Air India), and Byrraju Ramalinga Raju (Satyam Computers).
From the trailer it looks like the series will feature the story of business men Vijay Mallya (Kingfisher Airlines), Nirav Modi (Indian businessman), Subrata Roy (Air India), and Byrraju Ramalinga Raju (Satyam Computers). From the trailer it also looks like it will tell us how these people manipulated money and found loopholes into the system.
There are some experts who are telling the story of all these conmen. They are also telling how they caught the pulse of the people and gradually became older. Where has he collected the money and spent it.
Kingfisher Company owner Vijay Mallya is immersed in a total debt of 2 billion US dollars from the country's banks. While the case was open Vijay Mallya left the country and the case is still going on in UK count.
The Satyam scam took place in the year 2009 in Satyam Computers Limited. All the ten accused in the Satyam scam were convicted by the Special CBI Court of Hyderabad. While the ongoing scam, the chairman of the company Byraju Ramalinga Raju was accused of diverting the money to other dummy companies which was formed in the name of his sons .He was also accused of misrepresenting the company's profits.
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