6 Best Indian Web Series on YouTube You Can Binge-Watch in a Day

If anything most of us have been doing since the pandemic started, it’s binge-watching the pending list. With so many digital platforms available, sometimes it is overwhelming because you can’t decide what to watch. Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc., indeed has some outstanding Indian content. But today, I will share my list of the 6 Best Indian web series on YouTube that you can finish watching in a go.

Let’s be honest, before we could afford these digital platforms, YouTube was our best friend. The platform is still dear to millions of viewers, and there are thousands of creators sharing exciting content now and then. The web series I am suggesting are not twisted, disturbing or intricate. I assure you that my list of the 6 best Indian web series on YouTube will lighten up your mood. After all, easy-breezy and feel-good stories are what most of us are craving during these challenging times.

Take A Look At My favourite 6 Best Indian Web Series On YouTube You Can Binge-Watch In A Day:

The Interns

Girliyapa’s The Interns is a relatable mini-series to everyone who started off their careers as an intern. Starring Revathi Pillai, Ahsaas Channa and Rashmi Agdekar, the journey of these three unpaid interns with immense talent and quest to shine at Digital Diva will entertain you. There are only three episodes of not more than 25 minutes.


A frustrated adult once rightly said – My favourite childhood memory is not paying bills. Dice Media’s Adulting starring Aisha Ahmed and Yashaswini Dayama can be rightly described in this statement. The series traces the challenges and experiences Nikhat (Aisha) and Ray (Yashaswini) face while figuring out adulthood. There are two seasons with episodes of not more than 25 minutes.


Zoom TV’s Soulmates stars Priyanshu Painyuli and Anshul Chauhan. Their characters are ex-schoolmates who cross paths suddenly one day on the streets of Shillong. After exchanging some small talks, these two characters suck you in their conversation and admiration for each other. This is one of the best Indian web series on YouTube that truly deserves lots of attention and love. It’s a perfect mix of solid writing, interesting dialogues and showcases the beauty of Shillong.

A Summer Story

Friendships either have a hilarious, love-hate or endearing beginning. No matter how you become friends, it’s memorable, and you never know who becomes the crucial part of your life. Daring Ones Films A Summer Story starring Arya Singhal, Shivam Jemini, Pourush Singh and Rohit Raghavendra is packed with lots of laughter, smiles, adventure and mesmerising music. There are two seasons with episodes of at least 25 minutes. The exceptional and raw style of storytelling makes you feel as if you’re a part of it.

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What The Folks

Dice Media’s What The Folks is another one of the best Indian web series on YouTube. WTF stars Veer Rajwant Singh, Eisha Chopra, Vipin Sharma, Deepika Amin and Anula Navleker. The pandemic has forced us to be closed together with our folks inside the four walls. But in this web series, the characters have to live with each other in the pre-pandemic era, and it’s not always easy. The series rightly captures the comfort, discomfort, drama, affection and cringe moments we witness in an Indian family. It’s hilarious and beautifully made.

Wrong Number

RVCJ Media’s Wrong Number stars Apoorva Arora, Ambrish Verma, Badri Chavan and Anjali Barot. The story revolves around two characters (Karan and Khushi) who connect because of a wrong number. However, only one of them is aware that the person they’re chatting with is a stranger. The miniseries has eight episodes full of suspense, laughter and sweet emotions. The web series will make you nostalgic about the butterflies you felt when you had that 10-second conversation with your crush.

Well, this is my list of some best Indian web series on YouTube that managed to lift my spirits during the lockdown. Let me know your pick from the list above in the comments section below.

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Pooja Darade
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