TVF ‘Pitchers’ is one of the most brilliant web series on the internet right now. From crispy no-nonsense dialogues to an excellent script to brilliant performances, the series perfectly depicts the life and struggle of any and every corporate slave in India. The guys at TVFdeserve a full applause for creating something as relatable as the ‘Pitchers’. The characterization is one of the strongest points of the series: from the enthusiastic young engineer to the irritating roommate, from the difficult-to-please bhujiawala invester to Naveen’s shrewd boss, every character is as real as it gets.
It’s startup boom in India today. Everybody wants to jump on the wagon, but the seats are limited. The corporate culture is one big black hole that seems to suck in the best of us. But when you are “beer”, you know how to flow your way out. Here are 16 dialogues from this brilliant series that nail the good, bad, ugly truths of corporate culture in our country.
But not everybody tastes success.
The punchline of the series, and certainly the catchiest of phrases. This is that one inspirational quote that can make or break you. Each one of us has, at some point in our lives, wanted to just go with the flow, and call up our boss like Naveen did and shower them with the choicest of abuses.
The biggest lie of the corporate world.
And the ugly reality.
You don’t fuck with an entrepreneur. Because life has been fucking with them already.
The one thing that sets winners apart: They. Never. Give. Up.
The only thing that will save your ass in this big bad world: your work.
Because life is all about taking risks.
An entreprenuer never accepts defeat.
As they say, follow your dreams otherwise you’ll spend the rest of your life working on someone else’s dream.
Naveen’s tactic of taking decisions on the basis of what you wish for in a coin toss is probably one of the many best lessons we take from Pitchers. Because sometimes decisions taken with the heart are the best decisions.
The series concluded with its final episode, and has only left us wanting for more. We are sure there are many more dialogues in the show that are simply brilliant. What’s your favourite from the entire lot?