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Indian Web-Series That You Should Watch This Weekend

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Written by Ankkit Siingh

The explosion in growth of the Internet and Internet devices has created a new medium on which people like to consume content on. Mobile phones, tablets and laptops have lead to a revolution in the video content space with web-series. And in this article we are going to present you with Indian web-series that you cannot miss at any cost. So, without further ado let’s get to the pulp.


Baked Web Series
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One of the prime factors that make web-series such a joy to watch is the fact that they can experiment with ambitious subjects. Baked is one such web-series and it takes you through the journey of three university flatmates who decide to start a special food delivery service that delivers food at midnight. This series is a lot of fun and takes you on a journey where you find these friends constantly getting into trouble.

Permanent Roommates

Permanent Roommates
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The story of Permanent Roommates revolves around a couple who’s contemplating getting married. This topic hasn’t been explored much in the more traditional formats. After being in a 3-year long-distance relationship, the guy is finally ready to take the plunge but the girl is not sure. To solve this problem, the couple decides to stay in a live-in relationship. If you haven’t watched it yet, then you should definitely do it soon.



If Pitchers reminds you of Silicon Valley, then consider the writing of the show a success. Pitchers emulates the startup scene in the country really well. With equal amounts of humour and drama, the writing is top-notch and the character arcs have you invested in them and really rooting for them to succeed. The second season is on its way, so now is the time to catch the first season.

There the list and it is in no particular order so feel free to watch all of them! The Indian web-series scenario looks more promising than ever and we’d be happy to include many more in the future. Until then, keep streaming guys.

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