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'Jamtara Sabka Number Aayega' is the next Netflix series which will release in January 2020. A trailer for it has been revealed. Read below for more details.

Written By Amir Khollam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Netflix India has released the trailer of their next original series Jamtara Sabka Number Aayega. The series will revolve around banks and ATM frauds happening in the small town of Jharkhand. The series reportedly aims to capture the dark side of the internet as more and more frauds regarding ATMs and banks come forward. The series is named Jamtara, which is a small town in Jharkhand and is revealed to be the phishing capital of India. 

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Jamtara Sabka Number Aayega trailer launched

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Jamtara Sabka Number Aayega features an ensemble cast of actors like Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Srivastava, Monika Panwar and Anshumaan Pushkar. Recently while speaking to a news daily, director Soumendra Padhi had revealed that phishing is one of the most prominent but underrepresented in the mainstream media. The series required him to research deeply about the topic. Netizens have also evidently enjoyed the trailer a lot. Check out their reactions below - 

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