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October 18, 2016: Many say TV is dying with the advent of the internet. Well, the fact cannot be denied completely! Tell you why, the never ending saas-bahu serials, three hours long movies being stretched to five hours with advertisements are making the youth more of an internet lover. TV is more of a showcased accessory of the house.

So, in the name of some fruitful entertainment internet now gives you “web series”, which neither consumes much of your time nor much of your data. Apart from this, the reason why these are more engaging than what you get on the idiot box is, it is no melodramatic, and these are beautifully tailored for Indian youths with much realistic content.


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To make things easier, from the massive pool of content which are available online, we’ve picked the best, according to us for you to binge watch this winter. Here, take a look!

#5. Permanent Roommates

This is one of the most viewed web series on the YouTube. Permanent Roommates is a story of young couple, who after being in a long distance relationship for three year starts living together and contemplates on marriage. The doses of emotions are perfectly added with perfect comic timing and, this web series stands out in the genre of web series.


Permanent Roommates. Youtube

# 4. I Don’t Watch TV

Well, if you despise Indian TV serials, this series is just for you. The typical ‘spoof-like’ approach done by the TV serial actors themselves makes it all the more interesting, trying to proof a point that the TV actors are just as frustrated as the viewers with saas-bahu, coma, paralysis, plastic surgeries, and Nagins. Don’t miss Anurag Kashyap’s special appearance.


I Don’t Watch TV. Youtube

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#3. Bang Baaja Baraat

This is one brilliant saga of two lovers who met on Tinder. They are completely from different social backgrounds and end up deciding to get married. The real struggle starts when the families meet of the two meet each other.
The big fat Indian wedding begins with a very youth-centric and relatable storyline which will hold to your seat till the very end.


Bang Baaja Baaraat. Youtube.

#2 Sex Chat with Pappu & Papa

This is a fiction web series by Y-Films which delves into the subjects of taboo like condoms, homosexuality, and many such things. It’s a well educative kind of web series with a pinch of humor which is just apt.
It features Anand Tiwari, Kabir Sajid, Sanjeeda Shaikh, Alka Amin and veteran Sachin Pilgaonkar.


Pappu & Papa. Youtube

#1 Love Shots

Yash Raj has tried never to disappoint its audience, and this TV series is made by the youth arm of Yash Raj film known as Y-Films. It is a set of six very short love stories. What’s new? It leaves a flavor of it even after it ends.

These short stories feature actors like Nimrat Kaur, Saqib Salim, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Farida Jalal, Rhea Chakraborty, and Shweta Tripathi. The refreshing tales beautifully traces love in the most unconventional way.


Love Shots. Youtube.

– by Pinaz Kazi of NewsGram. Twitter: @PinazKazi


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