Indian television has become a melting pot of clichés. There are times when you will pause and wonder, what the hell has happened to the content on television. Most of the shows revolve around the same plot. But there are some, that try to play the “innovation card” by adding a little tadka of “modernism” and supernatural elements to the bland concoction of conservative values. Why?!
Once upon a time, TV shows such as Hum Paanch, Dekh Bhai Dekh, Sarabhai vs Sarabhai, and so on used to be aired on television. Since then things have just gone downhill (content-wise). But with that, a new wave of web series have been launched on the internet to strike a balance. These web series have new and up-beat content which people like us are able to relate to. They are also a good way to promote new talent and creativity. To watch these web series, all you need to do is get a decent internet connection, and you are sorted.
So, scroll down to know which web series you should follow.
All About Section 377
Here’s a show that sheds some light on the life and struggles of the LGBT community. A fictional story that’s light on your palate.
I Don’t Watch TV
Peek into the not-so-glamorous scenes of the glamorous film and TV industry. After watching this, you will know that the struggle is real.
Bang Baaja Baaraat
When a boy and a girl from completely different family backgrounds fall in love with each other, all hell breaks loose! Watch their dysfunctional families try to bond with each other.
Girl In The City
Like many small town girls, Meera Sehgal, too, has moved to the city of dreams, Mumbai, to make it big in the fashion industry. Watch her explore and blend in, in this huge city.
Want to know what goes on in a woman’s mind and behind the doors of the ladies room? Brace yourself, because you are about to venture into an unknown world.
Here’s a mockumentary that is based on the life of a struggler, who tries to make a mark in the entertainment industry. This is a web series that will leave you in splits.
Miss California, a fashion student from LA moves back to Mumbai to solve some fashion crimes. Are you ready for this fashion police?