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Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega Season 1

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Season 1
Crime
3.1 ★ 2020 Season 1 Hindi 18+
A group of youngsters run a lucrative phishing scam, until a corrupt politician wants in on their scheme, and a cop wants to fight it all.
  • Release Date 10 January 2020
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Crime
  • Director
    Soumendra Padhi
  • Writer
    Trishant Srivastava
  • Cinematography Kaushal Shah
  • Producer
    Ajit Andhare
  • Music Director Sidhant Mathur
  • Production
    Netflix
  • Episodes 10
  • Certificate 18+
  • Cast
    Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Shrivastav, Monika Panwar, Anshuman Pushkar, Aasif Khan, Harshit Gupta, Rohit KP, Kartavya Kabra, Aatm Prakash Mishra

About Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega Season 1 Web Series

A group of youngsters in Jamtara, Jharkhand, operate a successful phishing racket—big enough to grab their small town the title of being the cyber-crime capital of India. However, they come across a corrupt politician who wants to profit from their enterprise, and a cop who is working to bust the entire operation.

Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega Season 1 Web Series Cast, Episodes, Release Date, Trailer and Ratings

Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega Season 1 Web Series Cast, Episodes, Release Date, Trailer and Ratings

Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega Season 1
Episodes (10)
  • Episode 1
    Duration35m
    Episode 1
  • Episode 2
    Duration27m
    Episode 2
  • Episode 3
    Duration24m
    Episode 3
  • Episode 4
    Duration23m
    Episode 4
  • Episode 5
    Duration27m
    Episode 5
  • Episode 6
    Duration26m
    Episode 6
  • Episode 7
    Duration30m
    Episode 7
  • Episode 8
    Duration25m
    Episode 8
  • Episode 9
    Duration24m
    Episode 9
  • Episode 10
    Duration49m
    Episode 10
Rating
Rating Rating 7.3/10
User Rating User Rating 3.1/5
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Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega Season 1 Review

By Akhil Arora (Jan 10, 2020)
Akhil Arora

In the span of two years between April 2015 and March 2017, police from 12 Indian states reportedly made 23 journeys to the Jharkhand district of Jamtara, some six hours by road from the state capital of Ranchi. They did so to investigate cybercrimes — primarily phishing, or rather vishing, a portmanteau of voice and phishing — that were emanating from one of the most underdeveloped districts, which at the height of its infamy in 2017, buoyed [PDF] by the effects of demonetisation, was responsible for 80 percent of them by some estimates. Those involved had bought luxury SUVs and put up fancy bungalows next to ramshackle cottages. And with few opportunities in a poverty-stricken country, phishing became a household business in Jamtara, which was nicknamed as India's phishing capital.

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