The hype wave of Netflix has always been at its peak which rose even more since the beginning of the pandemic. The shows, exclusively available on Netflix are matchless. We have always craved binging on Netflix without really spending on the subscription. Some do experience it after prolonged begging for the login details in order to enjoy the free ride. But this is the time when you won’t need to bother begging for free and unlimited entertainment.
Netflix is offering free steaming under the title “StreamFest” in India on December 5 and 6 that will allow all the non-subscribers to experience the service for free. Netflix’s StreamFest will not ask for any card details and will be available to anyone having a device that supports the Netflix streaming service.
Now that we have two days in hand, we must use them wisely. There are innumerable shows on Netflix that need to be watched but the best ones are to be chosen among them.
Here are 7 Hindi Netflix Shows that must be watched during the StreamFest:
If you are into crime drama series, then this has to be given a go. Delhi Crime is based on the rape incidents taking place in Delhi, particularly the “Nirbhaya Rape Case”. Where media reports only focussed on the victim and the incident alone, this series managed to cover the inside story of the investigation conducted by Delhi Police.
A thriller and crime based series; Sacred Games is among the most popular of all times. It casts some of the most talented actors of the OTT platforms. It is also known to be the first Netflix original series made in India. The storyline of the show revolves around an approaching terror attack the mastermind of whom is Ganesh Gaitonde. He continuously lends clues to police officer Sartaj Singh who tries to stop the city from blowing up in the next 25 days.
Stories By Rabindranath Tagore
This series portrays some famous short stories authored by Bengali writer and Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. This is a classic series depicting the shortcomings of Indian culture. The show is set up in 1920s’ Bengal when the concept of gender equality was unfamiliar among common people.
Ghoul is another nail-biter series which is based on the supernatural activities in a military center. RadhikaApte- who plays the lead role- is a military officer, who interrogates a terrorist possessed by a ghoul. Eventually, the demon gains strength and makes survival difficult.
After all the horror and thrill, “Little Things” is something that will deviate and add up to your daily life. It is based on the lives of a young, unmarried couple- Dhruv and Kavya- living together in Mumbai. This light-hearted series depicts the common and relatable things that come up into the lives of young struggling couples. If a feel-good watch is what you’re after, Little Things will give you just that.
This series is based on some true events that took place in Jamtara- a village in Jharkhand, that also happens to be the phishing capital of India. A group of men quietly run a successful phishing scam from the village and soon are noticed by another mastermind. The cops also get on their trail while things get intense and lives are in threat.
“She” is based on the life of a middle-class girl who is also a police constable. This female constable is made to go undercover for an intelligence mission and rupture a criminal organization. She gets dressed accordingly and roams in the by-lanes of Mumbai to experience the commotion from close proximity that aids in dealing with the drug lord. The show clearly depicts that a woman’s body can work well to sway her surroundings.
Once you complete watching everything on the list, you can just go through some movies to consume the extra time. 2 days are not just that but, 72 hours. So, the to-do for this weekend is just “Netflix & Chill”. Buckle up yourselves since the big day is just a few hours away.