Seven Indian Netflix originals that you CANNOT miss

After the introduction of Netflix in India, content creators are constantly trying to push the envelope by producing engaging content. Here are seven Netflix originals you can’t afford to miss.

1- Delhi Crime
Delhi Crime starring Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal and Rajesh Tailang as leads is a crime drama. It is based on the Nirbhaya case which took place in Delhi and shook the entire Indian nation. Shefali Shah plays a police officer who takes the rape case in her hand and is responsible to find the 6 men who perpetrated the crime. The nuanced performances and compelling story makes this an extremely worthwhile watch.

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~Delhi Crime~ This show is very uncomfortable to watch. It is not for the light hearted. Delhi Crime gives intricate details of the Delhi gangrape. The characters are very well crafted. I binged watched this show. 7 episodes in total. Just couldn't stop watching until all of the accused were caught. There was so much anger and pain while watching this show that it literally brought back the tension. Our Police force did an incredible job by working day and night to solve the case with barely any clues. Shefali Shah is top of the game as DCP Vartika Chaturvedi. Brilliant!!! Just brilliant!!! . Follow @thebumblepage . #netflix #netflixindia #netflixseries #delhicrime #delhicrimeseries #review #series #puneblogger #punebloggers #instabloggers #instablog #instareviews #bloggers #bloggerlife

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2- Bard of Blood
An excommunicated RAW agent Kabir Anand, a sleeper agent and an analyst take over a mission in Balochistan to rescue Indians who were kept as a hostage. The mission takes many turns and Kabir is confronted by evils from his past. This show is helmed by Sobhita Dhulipala, Kirti Kulhari and Emraan Hashmi. This thriller keeps you gripped and takes you to an entirely different world.

3- Sacred Games Season 1
The crime drama revolves around Ganesh Gaitonde, a criminal who has committed several crimes in the past and Sartaj Singh, a frustrated cop. This cat-and-mouse game is based in Mumbai where Sartaj chases Gaitonde and also shows the corrupt underworld. Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui give their career-best performance which is supported by other cast members like Radhika Apte and Kalki Koechlin. The show has 2 seasons, but as popularly known the second season didn’t live up to the expectations.

4- Jamatara: Sabka Number Aayega
Few small-town boys run a lucrative phishing operation but a corrupt politician wants to take over and a cop intervenes to sort the situation. This strong script is backed by actors like Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya and Aksha Pardhasany.

5- Guilty
This Netflix origin marks the debut of Dharma’s OTT extension. The Kiara Advani starrer Guilty talks about the sensitive issue of rape. A small town enthusiastic woman played by debutant Akansha Ranjan Kapoor accuses the college heartthrob of the college of rape. The son of a politician tries to use his power to get out of the case however the stories shows how his life gets completely changed. The movie also stars Taher Shabbir and Gurfateh Singh Pirazada.

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6- Yeh Meri Family
This television comedy talks about how a couple’s middle child balances friends, school, family, academics, adolescence while growing up. This sweet family story is based in the summers of 1998. The parents are played by Mona Singh and Akarsh Khurana and are supported by Vishesh Bansal and Revathi Pillai.

7- Little Things –

The famous pair Mithila Palkar and Dhruv Sehgal play a couple who are trying to defeat the 20s blues. They portray the downs of work, relationships today and trying to have their identity in the fast-paced Mumbai. This sweet show is a perfect watch snuggling in our beds comfortably.

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