These five Indian web-series are binge-worthy


13 Jul 2018

Five Indian web-series you can binge watch this weekend

Slowly and steadily web-series have started to gain momentum and popularity among Indian audiences, and we've witnessed some pretty impressive releases of late.

With the weekend coming, you may have plans of lying in your bed, having your favorite food, and binging on some mind-blowing desi web series.

Hence, we've short-listed some great shows you could binge on over the weekend.

#1: Sacred Games

Netflix India's maiden show 'Sacred Games' is definitely binge-worthy

Netflix India's maiden show 'Sacred Games' is definitely binge-worthy

Netflix India's first-ever series, 'Sacred Games', based on the 2006 noir-novel by Vikram Chandra was released on July 6.

Directed by acclaimed filmmakers Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane, and involving Bollywood big-shots Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in lead roles, Netflix pretty much went all-out with their Indian series debut.

With a strong script, and power-packed performances, the series is definitely binge-worthy.

#2: Bose: Dead/Alive

'Bose: Dead/Alive' is on the life of Subhas Chandra Bose

In this ALT Balaji release, Rajkummar Rao portrays freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose.

The 9-episode-long series centers mainly around the mystery surrounding Netaji's death.

Created by Ekta Kapoor, the period-drama series is based on activist Anuj Dhar's book - 'India's Biggest Cover-Up'.

Rao's performance was heavily lauded both by critics and the audiences, making this a show you might want to check out.

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#3: Breathe

'Breathe' by Amazon Prime created quite a stir

'Breathe' by Amazon Prime created quite a stir

Starring R Madhavan and Amit Sadh in the lead roles, Amazon Prime's second Indian series release, 'Breathe', was released on Republic Day earlier this year.

The 8-part show was helmed by director Mayank Sharma.

The crime thriller revolves around the story of two men hustling to save the ones they love.

With a robust 8.7 rating on IMDb, 'Breathe' also makes it in our list.

#4: The Test Case

'The Test Case' touches upon the theme of female empowerment

Another ALT Balaji series, 'The Test Case' was directed by Vinay Waikul and Nagesh Kukunoor.

The show features Nimrat Kaur as Captain Shikha Sharma, who happens to be the only female officer in an Indian Army camp training to join special forces. Her being the lone female officer makes her a "test case".

The supporting cast comprises Akshay Oberoi, Atul Kulkarni, and Anup Soni.

#5: Inside Edge

Amazon Prime Video's first Indian original series 'Inside Edge'

Amazon Prime Video's first Indian original series 'Inside Edge'

Even more than a year after its release, Amazon Prime's 'Inside Edge' remains a popular show for the Indian audience.

Starring Vivek Oberoi and Richa Chadha in lead roles, the series is about the journey of a fictitious cricket team called 'Mumbai Mavericks' playing in the 'Powerplay League'.

It was well received by critics and audiences, and has been renewed for a second season.

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Akshay Oberoi


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Another ALT Balaji

Anuj Dhar

Anup Soni

Anurag Kashyap

Atul Kulkarni

Biggest Cover-Up

Captain Shikha Sharma

Ekta Kapoor

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Indian Army

Mayank Sharma

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Nagesh Kukunoor

Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Netflix India

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Powerplay League

R Madhavan

Rajkummar Rao

Republic Day

Richa Chadha

Saif Ali Khan

Shikha Sharma

Starring R Madhavan

Starring Vivek Oberoi

Subhas Chandra Bose

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