TVF Aspirants is not just an interesting watch for UPSC students but for everyone and here are some reasons why you could watch it.

TVF or The Viral Fever is one company that has been getting it right with the millennials time and again with its line-up of shows. From Kota Factory, Hostel Daze to Pitchers and Cubicles, it’s given us one interesting watch after the other. Besides creating content for millennials, TVF is also hitting the right chord with families with shows like Panchayat, Yeh Meri Family, and Gullak. Their stories offer a chance for those narratives to be seen that are usually unspoken of, like what every day looks like for each of us. And to feel like we’re seen is a privilege in today’s day and age. TVF Aspirants weaves a tale around the crippling struggles of a UPSC student across academics, peer pressure, friendships, life, and romance.

Aspirants, a series shot across five episodes is set in Rajendra Nagar, the area in Delhi that’s known for providing the best UPSC training, and runs in a non-linear manner along with two different timelines, six years apart. Abhilash (Naveen Kasturia) is joined by Guri (Shivankit Singh Parihar) and SK (Abhilash Thapliyal) as the three try to crack the country’s most coveted exam. The power-packed show can make it to your watchlist and we are giving you not 1 but 10 reasons to do so.

1. It showcases a realistic picture about the struggles faced by UPSC students.

2. It makes you want to have deeper friendships.

3. It talks about how romance is a struggle for two people who are in the same rat race.

4. It’s a trip down the memory lane of coaching days/ when your life was all about studies.

5. It talks about the aspirations of a middle-class student.

6. It showcases the core culture of the education system in India.

7. It talks about what is the right mixture of success or should you have a plan B?

8. It shows us hope that not ‘all is not lost‘.

9. It has so many similarities with Kota Factory yet different

10. It has the most perfect cast.

TVF Aspirants is launched at a time when everyone is in a debate over the leaders of our country. And this show offers to take you into the minds of the youth that aspire to become a leader of this country. What they think, what is their process, and the change they want to bring about. Overall, this series offers a take on how aspirations work across this country.

If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, check it out!

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