Hansal Mehta: Don't make unfair comparisons between The Big Bull and Scam 1991
The filmmaker's assertion comes on the same day that the trailer of The Big Bull was launched by producer Ajay Devgn on Twitter
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta reacted today to a netizen comparing the upcoming Abhishek Bachchan-starrer The Big Bull with his popular web series Scam 1992. The film and the series are broadly based on the securities scam of 1992 and stockbroker Harshad Mehta's life.
Hansal Mehta's assertion comes on the same day that the trailer of The Big Bull was launched by producer Ajay Devgn on Twitter.
"Please don't make unfair comparisons. There can be multiple tales on the same story. Every story-teller will have his own way and should be seen independent of the other. This film has so many talents involved just like my show. They've done their best and they deserve your love," Hansal Mehta tweeted.
"And very intriguing trailer with such phenomenal actors. You are in great form @juniorbachchan. More power to the entire team of #TheBigBull on @DisneyPlusHS," he added.
Mehta's tweet came in response to a user who commented on Ajay Devgn's tweet saying the film was not up to the standard of Scam 1992.
The Big Bull is directed by Kookie Gulati and is slated to drop digitally on April 8.