5 Amazon Prime Web Series You Must Catch Up With

5 Amazon Prime Web Series You Must Catch Up With

In times like these, when the coronavirus pandemic is raging the world over, we need to keep our morale high and confidence up. So we must start feeding ourselves fashion and lifestyle tips, which begin at home and with family. So why wait for outdoors life when we can have more fun indoors.

There is a whole world of things to do in your free time. Have you ever wondered what these are? Well, do not worry; India’s leading hair accessory for women’s brand Joey and Pooh has prepared a short list of Amazon Prime web series you can watch to make the most of your quarantine time at home, with family members.

Bandish Bandits

From the makers of Love Per Square Foot and Bang Baaja Baaraat comes yet another romantic saga that aims to steal the hearts of young and old romantic comedy lovers a like. This story, described as a ‘musical love story’ follows the lives of a classical singer (Naseeruddin Shah) and a pop singer both falling in love with each other. The sound tracks are composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy.


Bollywood’s presence on the small screen is powered by none other than Saif Ali Khan who is the lead in Ali Zafar Abbas’ Dilli. The political thriller traces the drama around political rivalry in the heart of Delhi and its writer is none other than Article 15’s Gaurav Solanki. The show also features Sunil Grover, Zeeshan Ayyub and Sarah Jane Dias.

Pataal Lok

This murky tale of a dark city’s darker underbelly has fired the Indian imagination with viewers hooked to their screens. The writer of hits like SonchiriyaUdta Punjab and NH10, Sudip Sharma has conceptualised this scathing commentary on modern day India brilliantly. And what has won the show accolades is its power packed team of actors like Neeraj Kabi, Gul Panag and Jaideep Ahlawat.

Mumbai Diaries – 26/11

Director Nikkhil Advani makes his digital appearance with this true crime thriller – Mumbai Diaries 26/11. With a promising cast that includes faces like Konkona Sen sharma, Swetha Tripathi and Mohit Raina, this show dramatizes the horrifying Mumbai terror attack and hopes to be different from other renditions of the incident.


AIB’s much awaited, and delayed, comic take on Indian politics promises us much laughter and guffaws. The Indian politician is parodied in this well scripted comedic show which was supposed to star Irrfan Khan but will now see Manav Kaul in the lead.
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