This decade has seen the evolution of the internet into a force. From news to entertainment, everything is on our fingertips. Even shopping is just a few clicks away.
Following the same, the evolution has seen the rise of YouTube, Amazon Prime, Netflix and other entertainment platforms which in some way has declined the craze of Saas Bahu on TV. Of course, why will you watch a regular chai show where an aunty is degrading her bahu for tea or not teaching her kid; when you can get something relatable in less time and episodes.
This is where the concept of minisodes came into action and we witnessed some of these series which we loved it to the bottom of our heart! Following the same, here is our pick for internet series; let’s have a look:
1. TVF Pitchers:
TVF Pitchers is one of the most popular web series on the internet. It was the second TVF original after their successful Permanent roommates.
Created by Arunabh Kumar, the first season of the series consisted of 5 episodes. With the cast of Naveen Bansal, Jitendra Maheshwari, Yogendra Kumar Pandey, Saurabh Mandal, Bhati, Rajat Khanna, Vineet, the story revolves around the trials and tribulations of four young entrepreneurs who decide to quit their jobs to pursue their start-up venture.
2. Permanent Roommates:
Owing to its rising popularity, TVF released its first-ever drama series in form of Permanent Roommates. With the cast centring around Nidhi Singh and Sumit Vyas, the series boasts a high quality, flawless, and fearless script writing. It is a drama series which has the best of situational comedy from TVF.
This series was aired on Scoopwhoop. It is a fictional web-series which revolved around the struggles of three university flatmates who decide to start a midnight food delivery service. This web series will take the audience on a roller-coaster ride as the trio tries to balance the business and student life.
4. Star Boyz:
This is India’s very first sci-fi comedy web-series. The web-series revolves around the life of three South Indian boys in space. Kenny Sebastian, Naveen Richard and Mani Prasad powers a hilarious script and prove that they never fail to deliver a relatable content.
This will take you into your nostalgic school-romance days. Timeliners are pretty apt with their rom-com genres, and Flame is an example of that! With an innocent plot, the series revolves around the life of Rajjo(Rajat) falling for his coaching crush Ishita(Tanya Maniktala) and their romance.
6. Girls Hostel:
This is the relatable female-centric web series produced by Girliyapa. Girls Hostel is a story of regular day to day events of four girls who deal with oppressive parents, and villainous mates in college. This story promises to grip you and looped.
7. TVF Tripling:
This is the most beloved web series. The leading characters of Chandan, Chitvan and Chanchal, who have separate stories in life set out on an unplanned trip where they get to know each other, understand how dysfunctional they were and unravel their true self.
This series came when the web series faced an uncertain future in India and now it has two seasons and is going strong among the viewers.
8. 2 by 3:
Dice media is also catching up in this industry. With the success of Little things and What the Folks; Dice Media launched 2 by 3, a story of a young couple facing a financial crunch. Due to that crunch, the couple decides to move in with three college going kids who were living happily in their rented space.
9. Chai Sutta Chronicles:
If you have a thing for some quirky conversation, this series is the medicine for you. The background of the episodes is quite familiar to most Indians who love deep conversations over a cup of tea and cigarettes.
With a hilarious exchange of dialogues between an optimistic friend and practical friend, the episode is a casual view and a mode to relax with a dose of laughter.
10. What the Folks:
This is a successful launch by Dice Media, the series revolves around a young couple and the relationship they share with their respective in-laws. This particular concept has inspired a lot of Hollywood movies and series. The direction is pretty apt about the concept of Indian culture prevailing amongst the orthodox still urban elite class. A must watch for everyone!