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These Binge-Worthy Indian Web Series Are a Must-Watch

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Updated: 5 August 2017
Since Indian television shows refuse to evolve, young custodians of content have gifted audiences with relatable material and shows on the internet. Tailor made to promote reality, these web series’ will change the way you look at entertainment content in India. We have collected a binge-watch list for you right here.

“Tripling”

A short web series based on a road trip taken by three disconnected siblings, “Tripling” will give you a serious case of travel goals with your siblings. The story is about Chandan, Chanchal, and Chitvan, who are running away and yet facing personal struggles. The amazing dialogue and the portrayal of the relationship between the siblings are what makes this show so real.

“Ladies Room”

This show boldly asks you: “Do you know what goes inside a Ladies Room?” The answer comes with this short web series of six episodes. “Ladies Room” is a story of two best friends—Khanna and Dingo—that takes you through their lives. It’s uncensored fun that talks about poop, periods, pregnancy, and pot without shame. Caution—if you still believe women fart rainbows and poop easter candy, the show is most definitely not for you.

“Permanent Roommates”

A two-season web series of an odd couple and their relationship, “Permanent Roommates” is the story of Tanya and Mikhesh, a couple that has been in a long distance relationship for three years. But, what happens when Mikhesh decides to move to be closer to Tanya and proposes? Tanya realizes she’s not ready. What follows is a lot of fun, drama, and an excellent script.

“Pitchers”

A story of four fast friends that decide to take the entrepreneurial plunge and come up with their own start-up, “Pitchers” explores the lives of urban Indians. The brilliant script covers ambitions, humor, struggles, and moments of the harsh reality of the business world. Well edited and gifted with an amazing soundtrack, Pitchers is perfect for people struggling with their 9 to 5 routines and struggling for the inspiration to take the next big step.

“Bang Baaja Baaraat”

Its all about love and romance till the families arrive; this series is a love saga of two people coming together from completely different backgrounds. The big fat Indian wedding tests the love of the couple and all hell breaks loose when the social backgrounds of the families clash. It answers a really important question for Indian youngsters—is love enough?

“Man’s World”

The protagonist Kiran thinks the world is unfair to men and that women get unnecessary advantages in life. After a drunk session, he prays to God and asks for things to change. That’s precisely what happens, as he wakes up to see his father doing the daily chores, women openly staring at men, and coming face to face with that time of the month. As he experiences what women face on a daily basis, he is shocked to see the world from the other side.

“Love Shots”

Six short stories with a refreshing take on love—”Love Shots” is all about different people in different places of their lives coming to terms with love. Exploring the world of sweet romance, the six-episode web series teaches us the important things about love. Unexpected twists are what makes each episode more interesting.