While India's many film and television
industries still cater to conservative tastes and censors, the country's online
creators are free to change the game however they please. As a result, some of
the most progressive watchable stories in the country are free, snackable, and
available to everyone with an internet connection. The web shows below explore
topics as varied as premarital cohabitation, gay rights, and Mumbai's
burgeoning hip-hop culture.
The series follows the story of a couple who have been in a long
distance relationship for the past three years and now when they finally meet,
the prospect of marriage awaits them.
TVF has done a fantastic job tapping into the audience’s mind while exploring
the nitty-gritty’s of a relationship in the current era and the story doesn’t
seem superficial — you can relate to it too.
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It follows the life of a TV star whose
career is in jeopardy due to a drunken rant in an after party following an
award show. The series further explores the twisted topsy-turvy world of the
series is a documentary-type, in-depth look the rapidly growing underground
follows the story of a couple who’re very much in love and very much living
together too. It chronicles the differences they have due to the different
cultures they come from.