Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" vividly portrays the real-life scams of Jordan Belfort, offering a high-energy, darkly comedic take on financial fraud and excess in the corporate world.
The Wizard of Lies, delves into the infamous Bernie Madoff scandal, starring Robert De Niro as Madoff, providing a somber and gripping exploration of one of the most significant financial frauds in history.
Inspired by true events, "Special 26" revolves around a group of con artists who pull off heists by posing as CBI officers, delivering a thrilling narrative based on real-life incidents of impersonation and scams.
Based on the life of Frank Abagnale Jr., "Catch Me if You Can" recounts his astonishing journey as a master forger and impostor, skillfully blending humor and drama in depicting real-life scams from the 1960s.
Dolly Ki Doli, takes a comedic spin on real-life scams, with Sonam Kapoor portraying a charming con artist who marries unsuspecting men and disappears with their valuables, adding a Bollywood flair to the genre.
It weaves a fictional tale inspired by real-life small-time con artists, capturing the escapades of a duo played by Abhishek Bachchan and Rani Mukerji, adding a touch of humor and charm to the world of scams in India.
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