Women’s Day Special: 5 Indian Web Series That Raise A Toast To Womanhood

Salina Uppal

Salina Uppal

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A reporter for TubeScoop on most days, Salina is otherwise a part-time writer, designer, 'web series watcher' and full-time 'fun haver!'
Salina Uppal

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Women’s Day is right around the corner and we’ve got the perfect roundup of Indian web series that celebrate womanhood. Check out these shows which have some of the most memorable, fun and badass female characters on the web!

Ladies Room

This truly hatke, bold and quirky web series by Y-Films takes you where no man has gone before – the women’s loo!

The series follows the misadventures of two BFFs – Dingo and Khanna – who find themselves in bizarre situations in the weirdest of places; the ladies room.

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It’s Not That Simple

Based on the concept of extra-marital sex, the drama series follows a first person narrative where Meera (Swara Bhaskar), an unhappily married woman, takes the viewers on her journey of self-discovery and her desire to have ‘the perfect affair.’ Watch this series for its bold, progressive and relevant themes.

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Girl In The City

A young girl from a small town moves to Mumbai to fulfil her dreams and aspirations. Little does she know that it’s not as easy as it seems. Featuring actress Mithila Palkar in the lead role, Girl In The City, shows the bittersweet struggle of its protagonist trying to make it in the big bad city, in a light-hearted way.

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The Trip

The Trip is a fun and spirited coming of age story of four girl-friends played by Lisa Haydon, Sapna Pabbi, Shweta Tripathi and Mallika Dua. One of the girls is set to tie the knot so the gang plans a road trip as a part of the bride’s bachelorette. The journey though, turns into an emotional roller coaster that establishes the relationships they share with one and another and with their own self.

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The ‘Other’ Love Story

Same-sex relationship is generally a concept that most conventional and mainstream Indian filmmakers tend to avoid. But if done right, any subject or storyline – no matter how sensitive – can be made into an engaging and entertaining form of content. That’s exactly what The ‘Other’ Love Story – a mature take on a lesbian relationship – proves.

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