TVF Pitchers Season 2 Trailer: The much-anticipated new season of The Viral Fever’s most popular series has finally arrived. The trailer for TVF Pitchers season 2 has just been released, and it stars Naveen Kasturia, Arunabh Kumar, and Abhay Mahajan, but Jitendra Kumar is nowhere to be found.
While the first season focused on four friends leaving their day jobs to start a company together, the second season will focus on their growing start-up Pragati. AI, which now has twenty-five employees, is looking for investors to help them take their start-up to the next level.
TVF Pitchers Season 2 Trailer
The series is directed by Vaibhav Bundhoo and stars Naveen Kasturia, Arunabh Kumar, Abhay Mahajan, Abhishek Banerjee, Ridhi Dogra, Sikander Kher, Gopal Dutt, and Ashish Vidyarthi.
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Abhishek Banerjee, who appeared in the first season and delivered the iconic line “Tu beer hai,” is also returning.
The trailer begins with Naveen requesting that his two business partners prepare for a new pitch. All three actors can be seen attending large seminars and lavish parties. Abhishek Banerjee, on the other hand, appears in the montage and is seen sharing his ‘gyan’ with Naveen.
As the founder of his company, Naveen can be seen introducing a new office location to his coworkers, but after a while, he appears to lose his dream due to the financial crisis.
Produced by TVF, and spanning 5 episodes, ‘Pitchers’ Season 2 will start streaming on ZEE5 on December 23, 2022.
‘Pitchers’ is a homecoming for Abhishek Banerjee because he began his web series journey with the show and has since progressed to become one of the most sought-after casting directors in the web space and Hindi cinema.
He stated: “Fans kept asking me about the return of ‘Pitchers’ no matter how many roles I played after it, so here we are with the trailer for S2. While the boys have progressed from beer to whisky and from starting a business to growing a business, the essence of ‘Pitchers’ remains the same: it is still the story of relatable characters with real problems, big dreams, and even bigger determination to succeed.”