Thanks to COVID-19, we are stuck in a time when nearly every business is following the work-from-home culture to stay safe and other corporations are being forced to reinvent themselves.
To make life a little uplifting, we bring you a roundup of old and new releases across the web that will give you just the right amount of inspiration to get you started with a new idea or just keep you hustling.
Available on: TVFPlay
TVF’s Pitchers will always be a go-to series for anyone that is looking for inspiration and motivation through a tough day of business.
The web series revolves around four friends (Naveen Kasturia, Arunabh Kumar, Abhay Mahajan and Jitendra Kumar) who are on their path of pitching their startup and making it “BIG” in the corporate world.
Available on: TVFPlay
Cubicles gives every young adult working in the Indian IT sector a glimpse of all the ups and downs in their life. This slice of life series stars Abhishek Chauhan, Arnav Bhasin, Niketan Sharma and Badri Chavan and revolves around 22-year-old Piyush who has freshly been recruited out of college.
3. Basement Company
Available on: MXPlayer.
Ever wondered what it’s like to work in a start-up business in Gurgaon as your first job? Basement Company is just that. The story of three friends (Gagan Arora, Apoorva Arora and Mayur More) who navigate their everyday personal and professional lives in a “basement office” of their company ‘PunjaBeats’.
4. Official CEOgiri
Available on: YouTube
This Arré original stars Sumeet Vyas in the lead alongside Aahana Kumra, Sunny Kaushal, Eisha Chopra, Pranay Manchanda, Preeti Hansraj and Gopal Datt. The prequel of Official Bhootiyagiri revolves around a socially distant CEO Dilawar Rana that needs to come out of his hiding to save his business.
5. The Office
Available on: Disney+ Hotstar
This Indian remake of the iconic show The Office will keep you up to date with every misadventure that takes place at Wilkins Chawla (the Indian Dunder Mifflin). Led by Mukul Chaddha as the boss, the show revolves around the daily lives of characters inspired from the original series with an Indian touch.
Web entertainment has become the ultimate source of entertainment at a time when productions are at a halt globally. With work-from-home and startup business culture on the rise, be sure to catch these relatable series at the comfort of your home.
Also read: 6 Indian web series on YouTube to binge on