Date: 2018-06-08 23:32:11
If you're someone who is tired of soppy, melodramatic and over-the-top Indian television serials and want to take a break from foreign serials because you still want a touch of Indian then, web series are your best option. Easily accessible through your mobile phones, you can snuggle up in your blanket and enjoy these series. Many of these web series are for the younger generation and you will be glad to know that 'someone gets us.'' They cover an array of varied topics and they will either leave you in splits or make you cry like a baby.
This is a two-season series which talks about a long distance couple living together for the first time and grappling with the pressures of marriage, kids, and relationships. The two leads will make you smile but the best character is that of Purushottam.
A drunken rant after the annual "Saas Bahu Ki Ma Bahan" award party puts Nox's TV career in jeopardy. What follows is a psychedelic journey through the heavily constipated world of Indian TV where lines between real and surreal often blur.
The story revolves around a live-in relationship, which is kept a secret because the woman doesn't think her boyfriend's mother will accept it. I am sure many Indians can relate to this scenario, *sigh*.
This is one that Delhi-ites just can't miss because the story revolves around three DU students who are below average and tired of their lives so, they plan to open a night food delivery service. They do manage to fall into trouble a couple of times and those scenes will crack you up.
This is a fictional show in which a straight guy lives with two gay guys and is aimed at educating the Indian audience about the LGBTQ community. Every Indian parent should watch this show along with their children.
This is a love story between a man and a woman, only the woman is the first-of-its-kind Artificial Intelligence Stimulated Humanoid Assistant (A.I.SHA). A 26-year-old app developer makes an app and that eventually becomes sentient.
A story of trials and tribulations of four young entrepreneurs who quit their day jobs in order to pursue their start-up venture. In a world of robots and concrete jungle, this series gives you a perspective on life.
The story follows a 21-year-old woman who moves to Mumbai to fulfill her dream of joining the fashion industry. This web series stars the talented and adorable Mithila Parkar. If you have left your home to pursue your dream then, this web series is made for you.
Two people with very different backgrounds decide to get married but things get worse when their parents meet who are poles apart. This web series is written by Sumeet Vyas who stars in permanent roommates.
A comedy series in which an Indian boy falls in love with a Chinese girl and their families have very strong stereotypical views of each other's cultures. This web series deals with racial disparity and interracial relationships.
This is a web series about a young couple who are in a live-in relationship and are learning to deal with life's bitter struggles but have the support of each other. I will not recommend this series for single people.
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