With Only One Episode left, Game Of Thrones Season 7 is all set to bid adieu for another year or so. For all GoT and non-GoT lovers here are seven Indian Web Series to spice up your weekend watch list.
1. Little Things
Having an IMDb Rating of 8.3 out of 10 the storyline is about Dhruv and Kavya who are on course to have a lazy plain Sunday even though they try their best to make it exciting. The fear of missing out on all the fun that they see their friends are having on social media makes Kavya spice up their day, at least on snapchat. Despite all the unsuccessful attempts, they manage to spend a good day together.
This is all about a girl named Alisha who is a crime investigative series set in the backdrop of the fashion industry. The series traces the journey of a 24-year-old fashion blogger turned investigator Alisha. A young, spunky and urban girl next door, she has a Sherlockian eye for detail. Stylish in every sense, Alisha follows and sets the fashion trends on one hand, while solving small time crime mysteries in the fashion industry on the other. Having an IMDb rating of 8.1, this one is a must watch.
The Title has a deep meaning to it. A 21-year old makes the biggest mistake anybody can make in a middle-class family, dropping out of engineering college to pursue stand-up comedy.
4.All About Section 377
A fictional show in which a straight guy lives with two gay guys, and is aimed at educating the masses on the struggles of the LGBT community in India.
“Baked” is India’s most ambitious original fiction web-series which chronicles the misadventures of three university flatmates who decide to start a midnight food delivery service. This genre-bending series takes you on a roller coaster ride as our odd ball trio juggle student life with business, and invariably manage to land themselves into trouble.
India’s first mockumentary web-series, Not Fit, chronicles the humorous adventures of Neerav Kapoor (Nero), struggling actor extraordinaire and quintessential fool, as he tries to make his mark as an actor in the entertainment industry.
7.Better Life Foundation
A documentary crew follows a group of five passionate NGO workers and a reluctant volunteer, trying to make the world a better place.
Hope you have a great time ahead this week.