Dice Media launches ‘Home Sweet Office’
Pocket Aces’ long form content channel Dice Media brings to you Home Sweet Office, a fun lighthearted show where family dynamics meet workplace dynamics, boundless ambition meets day-to-day nothings, and a buzzing startup meets a sluggish family business. Dice Media has entertained us with the super-hit series Little Things, What The Folks! 1 & 2, and Adulting last year.
Home Sweet Office is an amusing entertainer from Dice Media, where two cousins from Delhi – Adhira and Shagun Agarwal – find themselves in the middle of an exciting set up trying to build a business of candid wedding films. The twist in the plot comes from the only problem: their buzzing office is smack in the middle of their buzzing Baniya home! And everyone’s invited. Working from home means that no decisions can be taken without the unwanted advice of friends, family and neighbors. Home Sweet Office dives deep into the typical middle-class Delhi household. It explores different aspects of the work-from-home dynamic, which is so popular in today’s millennial audiences, to see how these two worlds collide, creating hilarious, and often awkward, situations.
The two lead protagonists are played by Adhira Agarwal (popular digital face Barkha Singh) and Shagun Agarwal (Malayalam film actor Isha Talwar). Barkha Singh has starred in Girls on Top, Yeh Hai Aashiqui and Love by Chance. She’s also a popular MTV VJ and is currently hosting the game show, Loco. Isha Talwar is a south Indian actress who has starred in films such as Thattathin Marayathu, Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde, Thillu Mullu and Bangalore Days and more recently in Bollywood films Tubelight and Kaalakaandi. The father is played by veteran actor Yogendra Tiku, mother (Shabnam Vadhera) and brother (Pranay Manchanda of Baked fame).
At the launch of Home Sweet Office, Ashwin Suresh and Anirudh Pandita, founders, Pocket Aces said, “The foundation of Dice Media has always been relatable content; experiences from everyday lives that strike a chord with people, irrespective of their location or age! The success of our previous series, Little Things and What The Folks is a testimony that we are spot on with our viewers’ preferences. We are deeply excited for Home Sweet Office, our first series of 2019 which is a unique story in sync with millennials ambitions and generation gaps.”
Home Sweet Office is directed by Sonal Batra, who previously served as Director for OML and Culture Machine. The music has been compiled and directed by Karan Malhotra, from The Trip and Ready to Mingle and the series has been written by Yudhishthir Agrawal & Srijan Shukla, veterans in advertising. The director of photography is Murzy Pagdiwala.