The rise in Omicron cases have lead to several big films being postponed and it’s best then to stay at home and source entertainment from OTT. I also feel that they way these shows have pushed the envelope, they definitely become a must-watch.
Quickly, here we list out to you 5 must-watch shows on the web, so if you’ve not yet seen them, this might just inspire you to! Perhaps, I believe, once you start watching these, you might just want to binge-watch all the episodes. Take a look.
1. Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein
Firstly, I love the title and more so after watching the show. It’s a classic example of transferred epithet since it’s about female fatale and this has 8 episodes. It’s directed by Sidharth Sengupta and stars Tahir Raj Bhasin, Saurabh Shukla, Aanchal Singh and Shweta Tripathi. From the dark humour, its engaging content and the performance of ever actor – all of it is so impressive. Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankein is streaming on Netflix.
2. Aarya 2
Ram Madhvani’s Aarya on Hotstar was so good that people couldn’t just wait for its season 2 and I’m so glad it lives up to the first part! Again, the tigress Aarya has to spread her claws to protect her family, but this time she is more fierce! The climax is the show stealer along with Sushmita Sen’s performance and overall appeal – so much so, that by the end of season 2, you are already wanting a season 3!
Roy Kapur Films and Ramesh Sippy Entertainment’s Aranyak directed by Vinay Waikul is so engaging that you have to watch it to believe it. Raveena Tandon headlining the cast with the character of a police officer is so well-written a treat to watch. You’d literally be hooked to see the mystery and deep layers unfold. You can watch Aranyak on Netflix.
Decoupled on Netflix starring R. Madhavan & Surveen Chawla is an absolute delight with its concept, narrative and wittiness in place. It’s a nice take on modern relationships, and a light, fun watch but mainly, watch this for R. Madhavan!
Human is a take on the this whole gamut of pharmaceutical companies, big hospitals and Government officials and how they exploit the poor during human trials of vaccine. Basically, it comes at a time where we’ve been stuck with a pandemic since three years and that somewhere brings in relatability. But it’s Shefali Shah who shines the most and is a major USP to watch this Vipul Shah series. It’s gripping and engaging in parts, though, it could have been even better!
I hope you guys enjoy these shows and end up binge watching them, just like me!