Welcome to Pocket Change
Pocket Change Series
Meet the Dayals – an average middle class family living in the small town of Faridabad. The parents, Asmaa and Arvind, and the kids, Ananya and Aryan. At least one meal of the day together is the deal – NO MATTER WHAT. These dinner table chats are filled with a little awkwardness, some fights, and a lot of love. Their idiosyncrasies and opinions create conflict and humour, but the Dayals always talk it out, for better or for worse.
Bharat Nagar Diaries
Set inside a small police station in a small town, this is the story of four junior rank cops and the ups and downs of their days in the Bharat Nagar Thana. The central characters are a complimentary mix of different personalities – ASI Asif – the man of mischief, ASI Laxmi – the stickler for rules, Constable Jai Prakash – the idealist noob, and Head Constable Dahiya Ji – the experienced cynic. Together, they go through their days dealing with institutional problems, citizens’ woes and the rights and wrongs of their own work, with a big dose of humour and sometimes, drama.
Gyaan Mein Lele – Parody News Debate
Our news anchor Ramanpreet Uddin Andre loves to stir the pot of controversy and discuss searing issues with relevant panelists! In his news debate show Gyaan Mein Lele, we see him discussing issues from climate change, data privacy, and Corona to the importance of English language, Biryani, and marriage.
Pocket Change Shorts
A music video on Public Toilets, a mockumentary on a silent killer on the road, a reality show on tenant rights, Pocket-sized Change has it all to create chhota chhota magar mota change!
Planets celebrating Earth’s birthday party, a debate on whether veg biryani is truly biryani, and a mockumentary on a meme de-addiction centre, Chillar Content is here to entertain.
A story of a tweet that went viral, a debate on online data privacy, a step-by-step guide to become an influencer, Digital Khiladi is all things internet, all things social media.
Just For Feels
Can you kiss your partner in public? Is the police officer ever off-duty? What even is cock-tail Diwali? These episodes are, as the title suggests, for feels! Beware of goosebumps and lump in throats.