In the verge of becoming an actor Piyush A.K.A Scammy, involves Pankaj with his small black business from where they earn a hell lot of money for a good living. Pankaj is a small-town boy who just wants to fulfill his family dreams & lead a happy settled life. He falls for Piyush thoughts of getting famous & starts enjoying doing scams with people.

Shoib Nikash Shah

Writers :Ujjwal Jain,Rahhat Shah Kazmi,

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Scammy Boys, released in February 2024, is a Hindi-language crime drama film directed by Shoib Nikash Shah and written by Ujjwal Jain, Pankaj Kanta, and Rahhat Shah Kazmi. It stars Ashmit Patel, Ayushmaan Saxena, and Rudra Soni in lead roles.

The Story:

The film follows the lives of Piyush, an aspiring actor with the nickname "Scammy," and Pankaj, a small-town boy with a dream of a stable life. When their paths cross, Piyush lures Pankaj into the world of quick money through scams. Initially hesitant, Pankaj gets drawn in by the easy lifestyle and financial freedom. However, their success attracts dangerous attention, and things quickly spiral out of control.


  • The Dark Side of Ambition: The film explores the dangers of sacrificing morals for quick success and the allure of easy money.
  • The Grip of Addiction: As the characters get deeper into the world of scams, they become increasingly reliant on drugs and alcohol, leading to destructive consequences.
  • Consequences of Crime: The film portrays the inevitable downfall of those who choose a life of crime, showcasing the personal and professional repercussions.

Critical Reception:

Scammy Boys received mixed reviews from critics. Some praised the film's fast-paced narrative and gritty portrayal of the underworld, while others criticized the predictable story and lack of depth in character development.

Additional Information:

  • The film is available to stream on Zee5.
  • It has a runtime of approximately 120 minutes.
  • The film is rated R for violence, language, and drug use.