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Top 10 Best Hindi Web Series: Over the last decade (2010-2020), the internet has churned out the kind of quirky, bold, unusual, and intelligent content that has made binge-watching our favorite millennial activity. So here’s our pick of the best Hindi-language web series from the last decade:
1.Made in Heaven
Undoubtedly one of the best Indian web series to have been produced in recent times, Made in Heaven chronicles the lives, lies, and mistakes of two wedding planners and friends, Tara and Karan. What set the show apart was the nuanced portrayal of issues such as adultery, Section 377, wealth gap, and sexual abuse; along with a very realistic, entertaining and thought-provoking representation of the Indian wedding circus.
2. Kota Factory
India’s first black-and-white web series presented a hilariously honest story of the infamous coaching institutes of Kota, and the rat race to clear engineering examinations. With refreshing characters (Jeetu Bhaiya FTW!) and relatable dialogues, the series was a reminder of our school friendships and the fear of entrance examinations.
3. The Family Man
Despite a deluge of ‘spy thriller movies’, Manoj Bajpayee starrer The Family Man had us hooked. And the primary reason for that was a well-scripted plot and an amazing array of characters (lead and supporting).
4. Kaafir – Zee5
Based on a real-life story, Kaafir was a mature and bold take on the volatile, heartbreaking Kashmir situation – shared through the lens of a civilian mistakenly held across the border.
5. Delhi Crime – Netflix
Inspired by the aftermath of the horrific 2012 Delhi gang-rape case, Delhi Crime is not an easy show to watch, but one that is both, important and relevant. While some people thought it presented a story skewed to favor the authorities, what can’t be denied is Shefali Shah’s powerful performance.
6. Gullak – Sony Liv – Top 10 Best Hindi Web Series
As far as family comedy-dramas, Gullak was refreshingly hilarious and undoubtedly nostalgic. A five-episodes-long series, the show was like peeking through your childhood album and revisiting the incidents that made up our childhood.
7. Sacred Games – Netflix
When its first season aired, Sacred Games became the subject of memes, the source of iconic dialogues, and a lesson in all things ‘unsanskaari’ – and the audience loved every bit of it.
8. Ghoul – Netflix
It’s very rare that an Indian horror series leaves you with moral questions – but Ghoul did exactly that. From a reverse character arc to an ambiguous future period, the show used extremely clever elements, and a fair share of folklore, to weave a story where the lines between redemption and revenge were effectively blurred.
9. Breathe – Amazon Prime
Most of us believe that when push comes to shove, we’d pick the right thing to do – until the time we’re actually facing a dire situation. With an extremely intriguing narrative, thriller Breathe explores exactly one such moral dilemma.
10. F.L.A.M.E.S – MX Player
In the first season, F.L.A.M.E.S. took us back to the first rush of love, the charm of old songs, and the antics that only came alive at tuition classes.