We've all caught up to the trend of binge-watching shows over the last couple of years. With lockdown, more and more people were tuning into OTT platforms to watch the variety of films and shows that they offer. With so much to choose from, you might wonder what to watch right away. So, here is a list of 10 must-watch shows that you can binge on right now!
Pushpavalli (Amazon Prime)
This comic fest developed by comedian Sumukhi Suresh will leave laughing out loud. The first season follows the life of Pushpavalli who tries to get over the rejection at the hands of a charming man by focusing her energy on and obsessing over an organic food convention. In the second season, Pushpavalli sets off to seek revenge. This comic fest will make you laugh and cry as you follow Pushpavalli on her adventures!
Never Have I Ever (Netflix)
Created by Mindy Kaling, the show which is loosely based on her life is a coming of age tale. The show follows the life of Devi Viswakumar, a teen who tries to deal with the death of her father and fit into her peer group at the same time. The show is definitely a roller-coaster of emotions.
Panchayat (Amazon Prime)
Panchayat is the story of a city boy who moves to a remote village for a job. Even after completing his engineering degree, young Abhishek Tripathi is unable to find a job in the city. So he reluctantly moves to a village to work as a secretary in a Panchayat office in Uttar Pradesh. The comic drama follows Abhishek on his adventures as he tries to navigate an unknown environment!
Paatal Lok (Amazon Prime)
Loosely adapted from Tarun Tejpal's The Story of My Assassins, this cop thriller with mythological overtones is a must-watch. A struggling cop Hathiram follows a trail to investigate a case of attempted murder but uncovers a complex crime web that he could never have dreamed of! The show has received critical acclaim for shedding light on the socioeconomic divide in India, master storytelling, wonderful character development, and fantastic metaphors.
Four More Shots Please (Amazon Prime)
Deemed to be India's very own Sex and the City, Four More Shots Please is worthy of your time. The show sheds light on several issues that urban-dwelling women face in India. The show follows the life of 4 completely different women and the friendship that blossoms among them.
What the Love? With Karan Johar
'is back' with a show that helps singles with the matters of the heart. After several notorious seasons of Koffee With Karan, Karan Johar stars in a show along with his Bollywood friends who help 6 single individuals navigate the issues that stop them from finding true love. If you are itching for some gossip and glam, this is the show for you.
The series follows the aftermath of the return of Isa (Jesus Christ), who first appears in the Middle East. A CIA agent sets off to investigate the man who has returned. The show is quite compelling and will have you glued to your seat through the season!
Based on the infamous book 'Dracula' by Bram Stoker, this adaptation is just fantastic. The show follows the origin and rise of the Dracula and his subsequent battles. If you're up from for horror action, this is the show for you
Jamtara - Sabka Number Aayega (Netflix)
A group of young boys set out on a mission to get rich quick with a phishing operation. The plot thickens when a politician joins the gang to profit off of the scam and a police officer tries to put a stop to it. The show sheds light on the corrupt system in which a few police officers try to stay on the right track.
Hours after the show's airing, social media was flooded with memes based on the show! This is a must-watch for everyone who wants a peek into the world of professional matchmaking. Hosted by Sima Taparia from Mumbai, the show sheds light on how Sima helps her clients find 'the one.' Indian Matchmaking is one of those shows you can not stop watching even though you disagree with everything it stands for!