Reviews & Ratings for
Zeroes (2018)

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TSP's take on the start-up culture is noteworthy
The incessant buzz around the startup culture shadows its lesser-known struggles quite well. It was about time someone brought them to light and break its glamourous perception. Zeroes do that and more. Following the story of 3 underachievers Brijesh Patel (Badri Chavan), a Gujrati boy from a well off family whose parties are as large as his stature, Satyananda Tripathi (Shivankit Singh Parihar) a sub-par employee and Lucky (Abhinav Anand), a delusional misfit. The trio plans to build a strat-up as a medium to realizing their dreams of success and money but here's the catch, none of them is competent or smart enough for the challenge and their business idea gives 'quirky' a whole other meaning. Lack of funding, skills and a core team are the glaring challenges amongst others, that must be conquered.

The characters are eccentric and nuanced, and actors deliver impressive performances. Writing is crisp, entertaining and engaging. The show is well-paced and lures in a with a strong plot that remains consistent throughout. The anticipation of will they or won't they make it big, keeps the viewer hooked on till the end.

It's a great watch and a unique narrative. TSP never disappoints.

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Hilarious!
you would be lying if you said that you never thought or planned about starting your own business with your gang. Whether it was as low scale as a pani puri or tea stall or as big as facebook, all of us thought about it once or more. But only a fraction of us go through with this plan and stat their own startups and even a lesser fraction becomes successful entrepreneurs. Zeroes is one such story of four zeroes of a group who decide on leaving their corporate job days behind and instead go forth with their own startup. This hilarious journey has a lot of challenging moments which are written in such a humorous manner that it leaves you laughing out loud.
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A little more than zero
Zeroes is an Indian comedy series by The Screen Patti. It's a show about three people founding a startup and trying to make it successful. The show has only three episodes so basically it's a short roller coaster of situations. A lot of familiar faces from the TVF family show up and save the day. As a show with a story, it fails to make an impact. The only high points of the show are individual scenes which are hilarious and manage to keep your attention. Watch it at your own risk.
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Dustbin reviewed Zeroes
'Zeroes' is the story of three losers in life, Steve, Lucky and Brijesh, who revel in their nothingness. Steve, aka Satyanand Tripathi, is a fanatical fan of Steve Jobs. He walks, talks, dresses like Jobs, and munches apples all the time! Shivankit Singh Parihar gets into the character of Steve with aplomb. In one hilarious scene, at the local chaiwala’s tapri, he even dips an apple wedge into his tea and bites into it, instead of a biscuit like the rest of us. The other two zeroes are Lucky, played by Abhinav Anand, and Brijesh Patel, your stereotypical Gujju spoilt brat living it up, courtesy his rich Pappa (that’s how Gujjus say Papa, for the uninitiated). Badri Chavan does the honors of playing Brijesh. Abhinav is outrageous in the role of an out-of-work kleptomaniac, while Badri’s perpetually surly look is enough to make us break out into laughter. The story revolves around the three friends who are more worried about their positions in the start-up rather than the product for the deal. They hire a sales manager, Pammi. The series is packed with punches and witty humor. The comic timing of each actor is amazing. The punches in the script will leave the viewers laughing for hours. The role played by Shivankit Singh as a hardcore Steve Jobs fan is bang on. The sales manager’s role is also hilarious.
But all this you got it as a light-hearted, satire -laden parody of the real thing; and it has us rolling on the floor with the hilarity of it all. A Dhanush doppelganger has us in splits with his antics. In fact that entire segment, featuring him and a Laurel and Hardy duo, is one of the best segments of the series, in my opinion.
Zeroes are the perfect series for anyone who wishes to have a good laugh with their friends.
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It's a comedy-drama, web series. Available on the Screen Patti's YouTube channel. It's about three friends, Steve, Brijesh and Lucky. Steve is oversly sure that he's made to some exceptional work(great dreams) and has this dream of doing a start-up. The three friends come together and decide to start a "start-up" and their is some initial rift because of the positions in the start-up but they eventually have to work it out. It's a very satirical web series, with lots of witty humor and some great come-backs. We know that Steve is actually a die hard "Steve Jobs"fan we can rule out the way he dresses and acts is with respect to his idol. On the other hand we have the two other pieces of this trip that is Brijesh and Lucky who are Gujju boys who are rather spout of off their father's money. Among these three they have a fourth character, Pammi she's the amazing sales person she claims to be. Pammi have this quirky and witty side to her, she's utterly clever and a well played character by Jasmeet Singh.
All over I can say that it's a light hearted comedy and can make you laugh your a** off at some moments. Some people can actually relate to this situation at some level, for me I've never encountered " start-up" oriented people I just watched it for the funzies.
If you want to have a good laugh you must watch it.
575 views
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Ankit Minz reviewed Zeroes
Zeroes is a Hindi web series released by The Screen Patti (TSP) in 2018 which is based on start-ups. It is a mini web series consisting of 3 episodes. The series consists of four persons who are zeroes in their life. All of them come together with an imaginary idea and with an ambition to create a great company. But they are too late in the start-up race. The series was entertaining and humorous. It also gave a message that one should never lose hope and have faith in his/her dreams. I enjoyed each and every episode of the series. It can be watched by teens and people above them. It is streaming on the TVF play app.
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Adrija Saha reviewed Zeroes
Zeroes- a web-series from the house of The Screen Patti (TSP), seems to be much inspired from the TVF Pitchers. It tells us the story of four boys, Steve, Brijesh, Lucky and Pammi, who want to have their own startup. Steve, Brijesh and Lucky hires Pammi as the Sales Manager.

The cast are the common faces from the TSP's house. This is a web-series directed by Palash Vaswani. It feels a bit slowpaced, and it is unable to create a big impact in the mind of the audience. The plot is interesting. The cast have done a great job. The comedy and the hilarious situation are there to bring a smile on the audience's face.
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Palak Sharma reviewed Zeroes
Very much inspired by Tvf Pitchers, this is TSP's private version of it. But like any second hand copy, this comes out to be bleak and unconvincing in the light of the day.
There is a start up angle to the series and the repetitive pleas fof angel inverts and seed funding. It so much reminds us of Pitchers that one rather prefers re watching Pitchers rather than this show.
The actors are the typical cast of TSP which is convincing in humour but lack the responsibility of running a strong storyline.
Though the show managed to launch 5 episodes, none of the episode had any distinct identity which stand out and makes us remember the moments we experienced while watching the flick.
617 views
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The series is OK but considering there past deliveries this is quite boring.
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Amit rated Zeroes
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