Web Series You Can Watch Instead Of Regular Saas-Bahu Drama On TV

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  Did you Know?   Web Series You Can Watch Instead Of Regular Saas-Bahu Drama On TV

Web Series You Can Watch Instead Of Regular Saas-Bahu Drama On TV

Filmmakers in India have come a long way. From making commercial cinema, short films, web documentaries to now web series, Indian directors are on a roll directing content rich shows for digital media.
Sep 26, 2018, 3:49 pm ISTDid you Know?JhakaasMovies Staff
Indian Web Series
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Thanks to super amazing apps Netflix and Amazon Prime, there are now some good stories to watch on free time. They have given some mind blowing movies and web-series that can even make you to ditch your partner's phone call and scroll down on these apps and get going with amazing shows. Here we have listed few Indian web-series that are way better than watching the same old love stories again and again.

#1. Ghoul: From the makers of Insidious, Get Out and Udta Punjab - Ghoul is a chilling series about a prisoner who arrives at a remote military interrogation centre and turns the tables on his interrogators, exposing their most shameful secrets. You can fight the demons of this world but what about the ones that aren't?

#2. Sacred Games: If you haven't seen the show yet, then this one's a must binge watch. Sacred Games is a story of betrayal, glamour and grit that’s set against the ever changing backdrop of Mumbai featuring Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte. Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap, Sacred Games premiered on 6th July only on Netflix and has taken the internet by storm.

#3. Karanjeet Kaur - The Untold Story: If you lust her then you must watch it. The biopic series of Sunny Leone 'Karanjeet Kaur - The Untold Story' have some real reason to pour some respect to this Bollywood actress whom either we hated or lusted till now.

#4. The Test Case: Preparing to be the Indian Army's first female test case in a combat role, Captain Shikha Sharma will do anything to fit into the male-dominated academy. Starring in the lead role, Nimrat Kaur, needs no man to help her pack a big, long-delayed punch with The Test Case.

#5. Pushpavalli: A bit of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and a bit of desi masala, this Amazon original featuring stand-up comic Sumukhi Suresh is a departure from two decades of Bollywood tropes where a man stalks a woman, hoping to win her heart. Nope. In Pushpavalli, things go the other way round, as the titular character moves from Bhopal to Bangalore to pursue (read stalk) a boy, Nikhil, whose advances she misunderstands as romantic.

#6. Bose: Dead/Alive: In nine episodes, the series, directed by Pulkit traces the mysterious disappearance of Subhas Chandra Bose and the politics around it. The AltBalaji series is based on Anuj Dhar’s book India’s Biggest Cover-Up, and features actor Rajkummar Rao in the lead role.

#7. Damaged: A psychological crime drama, Damaged is India’s first ground-breaking show about a female serial killer and features a stellar cast led by Amruta Khanvilkar and Amit Sial. The story begins with the disappearance of a famous painter. Soon the cops realize that his case is just the tip of the iceberg, there are numerous other young men who have gone missing and have never resurfaced. Investigations start and a suspect emerges – Lovina. This turns into an intriguing cat and mouse game between Lovina and the police, led by Abhay.

#8. Breathe: Breathe is another mages tic stuff from India streaming on Amazon Prime Video. With astonishing ratings, the show speaks for itself. Also our very known R. Madhavan and Amith Sadh added more fun in it. It’s about the life of common people facing tough hurdles throughout their lives.

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