5 Indian Web Series Every Entrepreneur Should Watch

An entrepreneur never gives up, despite how difficult things may be. Therefore, it is critical for them to unwind, revive, and take a break. So how about taking productive breaks where you get some inspiration and entertainment from business-related television? Here are web series that are compelling to watch because it is entertaining and provides insight into the real world of business. 

  1. Pitchers

After the incredible success of Pitchers 1, the much-awaited comedy-drama is back with its second season. The next season of Pitchers stars Gopal Dutt, Naveen Kasturia, Arunabh Kumar, and Abhishek Banerjee in lead roles. But as the business expands, more characters appear in the story, and Ridhi Dogra, Sikander Kher, and Ashish Vidyarthi will enter the scenes. The story for the next season begins with Pragati.AI, a two-and-a-half-year-old startup.

After the initial launch euphoria, the company had to deal with the cutthroat world of Indian business. With competition becoming more intense by the day, critical strategic inputs are now critical for survival. ZEE5 has acquired the rights to stream the all-new season of Pitchers on its platform, and it is slated to be released on December 23, 2022.

  1. Saas Bahu Achaar Pvt. Ltd.

A heartwarming story of a single mother, Amruta, who struggles to run a pickle business to become financially independent. Her whole life revolved around her husband and children, but her broken marriage left her in the dark. She also lost her custody to her ex-husband, but her mother-in-law supports her in starting her pickle business. Amruta tries selling her pickle locally but gets disheartened as no one is interested in supporting her business. She soon realizes that it won’t be an easy route and has to find ways to kickstart her business.

  1. Scam 1992

The story is about Harshad Mehta who lived in a modest one-room flat with his parents, wife Jyoti, and brother Ashwin in Mumbai, Ghatkopar. He first works odd jobs before landing a “jobber” position at the Bombay Stock Exchange. Harshad soon becomes dissatisfied with his growth and eventually starts his own consulting company. By taking advantage of flaws in the market system and buying off various officials, he quickly amasses a sizeable amount of wealth. This movie will blow your mind as you witness Harshad’s intriguing journey to the top of the game and his expected downfall.

  1. The Big Bull

The Abishek Bacchan starrer The Big Bull is about a part-time stockbroker, Hemant Shah, who uses the country’s antiquated banking system’s vulnerabilities to engineer a significant bull market on the stock exchange. But it was only a matter of time before Hemant Shah’s dream run turned into a nightmare as the Indian economy made its big leap toward liberalization. It is a true rags-to-riches story. 

  1. Bad Boy Billionaires

The documentary series focuses on the dishonest Indian millionaires Vijay Mallya (Kingfisher Airlines), Subrata Roy (Sahara India), Nirav Modi (Gitanjali Group), and Ramalinga Raju (Satyam Computers). Bad Boy Billionaire shows how scams operate and how one person’s mistakes burden others. And in the world of business, situations like this are fairly typical. It may be the first such series to be made in India, but it won’t be the last, and it will undoubtedly help to open the floodgates for the working class’s growing frustration to be expressed. If you’re a newbie in entrepreneurship, you must definitely add this documentary series to your watchlist.

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