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What are the top 10 Web series in India?

Here are 10 of the best Indian web series to watch 

1. Kota Factory

Kota Factory

The story of Kota Factory takes place in the college town of Kota, where it has been hailed as one of the best Indian web series. Vaibhav, a 16-year-old IIT student, is the focus of this story. This show, in contrast to many others, celebrates student life in all its academic splendor, whereas many others portray young adults as finding the route to achievement limiting. Viewers fell in love with Jitendra Kumar’s portrayal, Jeetu Bhaiya. You can watch Kota Factory on TVF Play or YouTube.

2. Permanent Roommates

Permanent Roommates

Permanent Roommates is the first successful Indian online series that follows Mikesh and Tanya as they transition their long-distance relationship into a live-in partnership. The first season of the Indian web series Permanent Roommates, which set the standard for rom-coms, is still highly regarded. TVF Play and YouTube have the full season of Permanent Roommates accessible for viewing.

3. Sacred Games

Sacred Games

This Netflix series, starring Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, made India a major player in the web series industry. Second-season viewers were less enthusiastic about the show than first-season viewers. Since the second season ended on a cliffhanger, no decision has been made on whether or not the show will return for a third season.

Also check out our review of Sacred 2: The Father’s Sins Paid for!

4. Made in Heaven

Made in Heaven

Tara (Sobhita Dhulipala) and Karan (Arjun Mathur) are wedding planners in Amazon Prime India’s Made in Heaven, which follows them as they handle crisis after crisis for their clientele, but they are also surrounded by their own personal difficulties. Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti are behind the show, which has already had its second season confirmed.

Make in Heaven review: What the Wedding Albums Don’t Include

5. The Family Man

The Family Man

Manoj Bajpayee plays the major character in Amazon Prime Video’s The Family Man, which was created by Raj and DK. Follows the struggles of intelligence officer Srikant Tiwari in juggling his personal and professional life in this story.

Here’s what critics are saying about The Family Man:

6. Little Things

Little Things

Little Things depicts the lives of Dhruv and Kavya, a couple who live together and deal with life’s little annoyances. As the show progresses and their relationship evolves, the issues they face get more complex, and it is up to them to effectively resolve them. Although Little Things premiered on YouTube, it was only available on Netflix in subsequent seasons.

Little Things Season 3 review: a tad too many characters

7. Mirzapur


There is much anticipation for the second season of Amazon Prime Video’s Mirzapur. In the town of Mirzapur, Kaleen Bhaiya (Pankaj Tripathi), a local don, is portrayed by Ali Fazal (Vikrant Massey), Vikrant Sharma (Divyendu Sharma), and others. When Guddu and Bablu lose their loved ones to Kaleen Bhaiya and his son Munna, we watch them turn to crime.

In addition, you can check out our Mirzapur review: a slog

8. Yeh Meri Family

 Yeh Meri Family

An endearing family dramedy set in the 1990s, Yeh Meri Family is a delight to see. In this film, you’ll laugh, weep, and stick around until the end because of the characters and their interactions. TVF Play, Netflix, and YouTube all include Yeh Meri Family.

Continue reading about the value of family on TVF’s Yeh Meri Family.

9. Pushpavalli


A kid introduces Pushpavalli to a new world of possibilities in Sumukhi Suresh’s Pushpavalli. Despite her weird methods of trying to pry into the boy’s life, Pushpavalli sees it as a gesture of love. In many ways, her storey is a cautionary one. Amazon Prime Video presently has two seasons of Pushpavalli available for viewing.

10. Special Ops

Special Ops

The Hotstar online series “Special Operations” is a standout among the other Hotstar offerings.

Kay Kay Menon plays a key role in Neeraj Pandey’s Special Ops. Following the team at RAW, as they try to figure out if there is one mastermind behind all of India’s terrorist strikes, the Hotstar series is a must-watch.