Abhishek Bachchan reprised the role of the controversial Harshad Mehta in the Ajay Devgn produced The Big Bull which premiered on Disney+Hostar on 8th April.
Based on the true events, Indian Stock Market Scam which took place in Mumbai in 1992 was the biggest market scam committed by Harshad Mehta eventually causing a huge crash in the stock market. Harshad Mehta catapulted from an ordinary common man to the “Amitabh Bachchan Of Indian Stock Market” whose rise was sudden and quick. Unfortunately his greed to earn more money and gain power eventually brought him down. Now, the supposed to be released in 2020, Big Bull premiered on Disney Hotstar with Abhishek Bachchan taking the the role of Hemant Shah a.k.a Harshad Mehta.
While the trailer of Big Bull has been received well, a good amount of subscribers for Disney+Hotstar further elevated its views. The audience were curious to know whether Abhishek Bachchan starrer The Big Bull will meet the expectations set by the spectacular Pratik Gandhi and Hansal Mehta collaboration Scam 1992 web series which was made on the same topic and has become a cult ever since its release. From the trailer and the excitement perspective, there were chances that Abhishek Bachchan, Illeana D’Cruz, Sohum Shah, Ram Kapoor and Saurabh Shukla starrer will get the good opening.
Abhishek Bachchan recently tweeted that The Big Bull has become the top opener original film of the week with 5.8 million views :-
Maine kaha 'Bada Socho',— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) April 15, 2021
Toh aapne #TheBigBull ko sabse bada dhamaka bana diya!
Thank you for all the love🙏🏼
Streaming now on @DisneyplusHSVIP: https://t.co/wPwgch67g3#DisneyPlusHotstarMultiplex #MotherOfAllScams@Ileana_Official @nikifyinglife @s0humshah pic.twitter.com/6yhW22No6r
Big Bull talks about life and dream of a common man in Mumbai during the 1980’s era with a punch line “Chote gharon mein paida hone walon ko aksar, bade sapne dekhne se mana kar deti hai duniya. Isiliye usne apni duniya khadi kar di“. The Big Bull is directed by Kookie Gulati and produced by Ajay Devgn and Anand Pandit.