‘Smonday’ – that nightfall period toward the finish of a Sunday when it quits inclination like a Sunday, and the tension of a Monday kicks in. A youngster is angrily working on his PC. It’s pouring outside. The versatile pings with a message from HR: a piece of the place of business has imploded because of heavy downpour, and the workplace will be endlessly shut, with all gatherings for the week rescheduled till additional notification. Any individual who has at any point lived and worked the corporate life will have had this dream or a variation thereof eventually. Also in that lies the inborn appeal of Cubicles – its capacity to focus in on the regular battles of the Everyman and give sayings in simple to-process nibbles which make cruel certainties palatable.It’s an equation that TVF (The Viral Fever), the makers, have culminated with their shows’ Pitchers’ (a gathering of companions managing the entanglements of fostering their own beginning up), ‘Kota Factory’ (a gathering of companions managing the traps of the test training industry) and presently in Cubicles (a gathering of partners cum-companions managing the traps of turning out to be important for the corporate rodent race).Over five episodes of roughly 30 minutes each (the most awesome aspect of the series is that it knows when to stop and how not to extend its episodes past a point), the chief and his group of journalists make a charming depiction of corporate existence with a cast of agreeable characters.Piyush Prajapati (Abhishek Chauhan) is currently a representative with an IT firm in Pune. There’s Piyush’s room-and-next-work space mate Gautam (Badri Chavan), who appears to be fixated on weight issues and dating applications when not fixating on examinations. There’s Shetty otherwise known as Gambhir (Niketan Sharma) — in the event you missed ‘Gautam’ — who is fixated on applying for paternity leave There’s the beginner Sunaina Chauhan (Ayushi Gupta), fixated on demonstrating her backbone regardless of whether it comes at the expense of running down her colleagues (she has CMC – Chuko Mat Chauhan – inked on her wrists and embellished around her work area as a persuasive instrument).
There’s Angad (Shivankit Singh Parihar), the IT fellow, fixated on (aside from getting a hair relocate) reducing expenses and squealing on representatives who use office data transfer capacity for individual purposes. There’s RDX (Jaimini Pathak), the old worker beyond his utility, fixated on ‘Shawshank Redemption’ as a representation for the work area, when not traveling once again into the past to relate his misfortunes as an oddball in the corporate world.