It’s the ease of access and freedom of time that makes web series and Netflix films such a hit over the internet. A quick escape from the heavy loaded desk space, web shows and films have managed to rule the internet in this 21st century. Away from the non-sensical melodrama, these shows are quick, crisp and entertaining to the core.
So here’s a list of the most recommended ones, based on their popularity!
Watch out if you haven't already! One of the best series to watch on Netflix India is undeniably Sacred Games. The series stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte, and others. The show is based on the critically acclaimed novel, Sacred Games by Vikram Chandra and has been directed by Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane.
An amazing piece of cinematography, the show is a chronicled look at the criminal exploits of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar. Chilean actor, Pedro Pascal played the lead character and all we have to say about the show is -do not miss it!
13 Reasons Why
Though the second edition of the series are already out, we recommend you to watch the first season because of the obvious reason -that they are interconnected. 13 Reasons Why is considered to be a highly controversial series which deals with sensitive issues like suicide, rape, and bullying in high school.
This one on the list is an animated web series that talks about that awkward stage of puberty where one undergoes different experience in life -from pimples to unwanted hair. Big Mouth revolves around teenage-friendswho deal with the horrors of puberty.
Psychological thriller web series, Black mirror is an anthology exploring a twisted and high-tech world. With good IMDB rating of the show, this one shouldn't be missed!
Moonlight is a powerful character study of film's protagonist Chiron. The film follows Chiron from his time as a youngster growing up to his tragic and conflicted adulthood. The film’s three acts, set during different stages of his life.
The feature directorial debut for David Anspaugh, Hoosiers has long been considered one of the best sports movies ever made. The 1986 film casts Gene Hackman as the new coach of a rural Indiana town’s high-school basketball team whose methods confound both his players and the local community, but eventually inspire everyone around him to better themselves.
As the nations of the world grow restless, Banks studies the alien’s language, hoping to understand them. Based on an acclaimed short story, Arrival is a thoughtful film, a sci-fi tale that withholds easy answers.
Martin Scorsese’s directorial movie Silence is set in 17th-century Japan. A deeply spiritual film, reflecting on the nature of faith, and whether God cares about the suffering of his servants.
A haunting and beautiful story, centered on three childhood friends who reunite later in life as the result of a murder investigation involving one of their teenage daughters. Mystic River is based on Dennis Lehane’s novel of the same name.
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