Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar is a drama web series created by Raj Kaushal and Aman Khan.The web series features Vicky Arora, Anuj Rampal, Swati Semwal, Mohan Agashe, Shishir Sharma, Sreya Muthukumar, and Manish Chaudhari in key roles, alongside other cast members. The series has 10 episodes in total. It is the story of two friends who put together a plan to open India’s first fake bank and convince people to deposit money in it and run away with the money.
The narrative of Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar revolves around an ideology that the ‘good life’ is just a scam away. This thought gave birth to the idea of planning a scam. The series is a complete package of action and drama. It’s intriguing and exciting at the same time.
– Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar review contains mild spoilers –
Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar: The Story and Characters
The story begins with Bhargav Sharma (Vicky Arora) reciting the tale of how his parents passed away, devoting their whole lives to a bank job and in the end, no one stood by them not even the bank, to his best friend Siddhant Rastogi (Anuj Rampal). One night, both of them are a little tipsy and discussing their life problems and as a joke, Bhargav blurts out that in order to rob a bank, one has to open a bank. The idea of opening a fake bank struck a chord with Bhargav and he took it seriously. He convinced Siddhant and Rhea (Alisha Chopra), Siddhant’s girlfriend, to join the plan.
Bhargav is the mastermind behind this heist. For the robbery, they gather a team and start working on the plan in order to build India’s first fake bank, led by Hari (Shishir Sharma) who is a professor. Their aim is to elope with atleast 10 crores to small towns of London or Europe. They choose to set up the bank in a small town called Hoshiyargarh, it’s where Bharghav’s ancestral home is situated.
The question that arises next is how will a small town have so much money, here the professor provides his expertise by explaining to the team regarding the sand mining business. Now, they change their target to 100 crores so that each member gets a share of 10 crores.
Their first step of heist involves taking a loan on Bhargav’s house and Khushi uses her tricks in order to manipulate the bank’s manager and gets the loan approved. Further, Khushi blackmails the manager, so that the amount of loan could be doubled. With the arrival of extra funds, the team members start converting the house into a bank.
Siddhant’s father owns a printing press so he is allotted the task of getting everything printed from logo to slips to cards. The bank is named is ‘Dhan Vikas Corporation’. It promises customers 15% interest back on their money. All the team members cook up stories in front of their families to join the heist.
Now everything is ready, but there is no buzz about the bank in the market. A look-alike of a celebrity is hired to gather the audience’s attention. There’s a journalist Uday Chopra in town who is very suspicious about the bank and has endless questions about it like its board, headquarters, members and website, but he is bribed and made a part of the heist. The team gets successful in persuading everyone to put money in their bank.
The final plan is to flee with the money, but first, open real accounts of all the people and transfer the whole money into a few accounts. They ought to use the concept of cryptocurrency and bitcoin to convert whole money into accounts.
The final Verdict on Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar:
Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar has a gripping story, rich cinematography, nice music supported by good performances. It’s an action drama packed with a pinch of comedy. If one is into thriller, drama and action films, it’s a must-watch series for them. The title of the series ‘Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar’ is very apt as it displays a bunch of people who devise a plan to get money and run away. The series revolves around making a heist successful and all tactics are used in order to execute it.
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