We live in a generation where competition is enormous. Ask yourself aren’t you afraid that what will happen if you don’t keep on working hard? Every 2nd person we come across is busy in keeping up with this rat race to achieve something He/ She can be proud about! We grow up, learn stuff in our schools, someday we graduate and ask ourselves is this what we wanted to become? Some will say it is too late to start a new venture don’t take such a risk! But really if you could ask everyone in this world you might find only a handful number of people who are actually happy and satisfied with their jobs.
In our country, India most of us in our formative age get to hear things like, “Beta Engineering Karlo, Fir toh Life Set hai!” or “Beta UPSC ki exam dedo. Sarkari Officer banoge, kaafi tarakki karoge!” etc etc and most of the youth due to these kind of statements and parental as well as peer pressure end up choosing a career not suitable for them! But in all this, do we ever introspect what we really are good at? Certainly not! Not to blame the elders their job is to give us suggestions, ultimately we are the ones who will be responsible for our future.
And there’s this word ‘Entrepreneur’ which we come across every now and then whether it be magazines or newspapers and all we can see is success and success! But really, is being a successful Entrepreneur a cakewalk? No it definitely isn’t! In India there are many motivating stories related to startups and one of the biggest example is Flipkart. Such is a story of TVF Pitchers where a corporate employee named Naveen Bansal with his small group of friends decides to startup his own venture and all they have is an idea.
TVF Pitchers portrays the hardships and consequences faced by a budding Entrepreneur in Indian scenario in a very subtle and realistic manner. The complete season is out now in Youtube Channel of TVF-The Viral Fever and tvfplay.com(Season Finale). After watching the entire season there’s only one word ‘Amazing!’ Kudos TVF! Do check out the entire season of 5 episodes and mark my word, many of you could surely relate it with your lives directly or indirectly.
PS : No mirch masala or any sugarcoating 😛