Cubicles Season 3

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Cubicles Season 3 After hustling to strive in the corporate world, Piyush is all set to take on new challenges as the Team Lead. Enthusiastic about this opportunity, Piyush constantly struggles between his boss’s expectations and the chaos that unfolds behind the cubicles with his team – or rather, his best friends.

Table of Contents Cubicles Season 3


Abhishek Chauhan

a distinguished actor and theatre artist hailing from Uttarakhand, showcases a varied skill set and unwavering dedication to his craft. He has become a prominent figure in the entertainment industry.

Badri Chavan

 is an Indian actor and writer working predominantly in Hindi films and web series. Chavan finished elementary school in Mumbai and then shifted to Chandigarh, where he enrolled in St. Xavier’s School.

Ayushi Gupta

was born on 14 January 1995 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. She is an actress, known for Hostel Daze (2019), The Song We Sang (2022) and Cubicles (2019). BornJanuary 14, 1995.

Niketan Sharma

Actor • Director • Writer. Niketan Sharma is a graduate from The Drama School Mumbai and has been working actively in theatre for eight years. He started his theatre journey with The Players.


  • Abhishek Chauhan
  • Badri Chavan
  • Ayushi Gupta
  • Niketan Sharma
  • Ketaki Kulkarni
  • Nimit Kapoor
  • Khushbu Baid
  • Shivankit Singh Parihar
  • Arnav Bhasin
  • Pratish Mehta


Directed byDivyanshu Malhotra
Produced byArunabh Kumar
Release dates5 January 2024
Country India
Language Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali
Network Release Sony LIV
No. of episodes15 episodes


Back for a third season, the hidden world of cubicles comes to life as Piyush faces a new day at the office. From his wide-eyed rookie days to a hard-earned promotion, workplace politics, friendships, and unexpected twists have peppered his journey. But can Piyush conquer the challenges that come with his new role as team lead? The light-hearted drama stars Abhishek Chauhan, Badri Chavan, Ayushi Gupta and Niketan Sharma.


  • What has always worked for this plucky little show is the fact that it never really wants to become anything more than what it is – a sort of understated daily soap about the tribulations of corporate life. Surprisingly, it has real energy, knows how to pepper things with nuance and when to let them loosely be
  • Directed by Divyanshu Malhotra, the five-episode third season sees Piyush learn the ropes of leadership as he fails and fails some more before eventually succeeding. A young new member must be guarded against being ‘othered’, a friend has to reluctantly be read the riot-act and a fiercely competitive colleague must be assuaged to parley a kind of middle ground. Through it all Cubicles manages to also introduce us to the devices of literature. It doesn’t merely quote philosophies but tries to apply them to the fabric of something as dry as corporate culture. Lunch get-togethers, office trips, midnight coding marathons are all symbols of something far greater and deeper than the sum of their working, measurable excel sheets.
  • Piyush Prajapati played by the excellent Abhishek Chauhan, returns in this third season along with most of the old cast. Piyush is now the team lead, a young prodigy promoted ahead of his peers (including some seniors). Such meteoric – in terms of shared professional space – rises are obviously met with doubt, self-loathing and a vein of casual jealousy. They are also signifiers of added responsibility, the challenge of accommodating agonies, re-directing anger and generating happiness and camaraderie where maybe none exist. Piyush’s teammates are now his subjects which means friendships are stretched, language constrained and stakes elevated.


1.Do cubicles still exist?

ANS: Cubicles in the 2010s and 2020s

2. Who invented cubicles?

ANS: Robert Propst

3. Are cubicles good?

ANS:  provide a high level of privacy and a sense of ownership to an office.

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