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“All In”, is a white collar crime fiction in the backdrop of Money laundering and Terrorism finance. Rahul Shah, a young and ambitious lawyer, has recently joined his third-generation family law firm Shah & Shah Associates. He finds himself and his firm in the middle of an international controversy surrounding the Oil-for-Food program sponsored by the United Nations. He gets involved deeper into the controversy when Nishant Gupta of Veole International Limited, one of his key clients, is arrested by a joint team of the Interpol, the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate of the Government of India.
Due to his increasing personal friendship with Nishant Gupta, he believes that Nishant is innocent. When he decides to investigate the matter on his own, his quest for the truth takes him right in the middle of a terrorist group. Despite his efforts to prove Nishant innocent, he hardly finds any evidence. Instead, he finds himself as a target for one of the most lethal terrorist groups in the world.
“All In”, takes you through a journey of how an internationally reputed humanitarian program launched by the United Nations became one of the biggest international scandals and was used by Saddam Hussain led terrorist groups to finance their operations and how a young lawyer from India helps unearth the origins of the scandal.