The melodrama and unintelligence of the Indian Television has gone to the point of return. In that case, what should men watch on TV when there are no cricket or football matches? Thank the internet for the much needed respite. A lot of production houses are coming up with many web series these days that are really entertaining and different from the usual saas-bahu drama on TV. Many of you must have already watched TVF’s Permanent Roommates which is already two seasons old. Here are some other interesting web series that you can watch
1. The Pitchers:”
Another web series by TVF (The Viral Fever); this one is very popular among engineers. It is the story of four friends who begin their own start up. It has a quirky and witty take on the struggles and challenges they face on the journey. Due to its theme, it is very relatable to the start-up generation.
2. Bang Baja Baraat:
This web series by Y Flims stars Bollywood actor Ali Fazal and narrates the story of two young people in love who are getting married and trying to bring their parents on the same page over it. The couple comes from diverse backgrounds and this leads to hilarious situations.
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3. Shadi Boys:
An ardent Shahrukh Khan fan and aspiring Bollywood script writer gets hoodwinked by his friend to write the script of a rich Delhi girl’s wedding video. Little did he know that he would end up falling in love with the bride itself. This series by Voot is filled with sexual innuendos and messy affairs, which make it a laugh riot.
4. Man’s World:
Again a product of Y Films, this series a funny but thought provoking take on the struggles women face in their day today lives, be it their domestic lives or personal lives. The twist here is that instead of women, it is women who are shown in those challenging situations.
Apart from these series, you can also watch I Don’t Watch TV by Arre and Tripling by TVF Pitchers. Certainly, these web series are filling the void of entertainment that TV had created in the last one decade.