Coronavirus pandemic is everywhere and is affecting everyone, in one way or the other. We are in a lockdown, an unforseen time that has aggravated everyone’s binge watching. If you think you have seen everything and are surfing endlessly from one OTT platform to another to find something nice and exciting, you will be happy to know that Netflix, Prime Video and ZEE5 are already ready with fresh, new and exciting stories to tell in this month.
Here are five fresh, new, exciting and best Hindi web-series of April 2020 that will help you bear this lockdown time with ease:
Four More Shots Please, Season 2 (Prime Video, April 17):
Our favorite gang of girls is coming back on Prime Video on April 17. After parting ways in Season 1, the girls will be reuniting in Season 2 to help Sidhhi who has gone to Istanbul to “discover” herself.
Four More Shots Please Season 2 will feature the returning cast of Sayani Gupta, Kirti Kulhari, Bani J, and Maanvi Gagroo, Prateik Babbar and Milind Soman. Also spotted in the trailer are Lisa Ray and Amrita Puri. The web-series is created by Rangita Pritish Nandy.
2. Panchayat (Prime Video, April 3):
Helmed by director Deepak Kumar Mishra of ‘Permanent Roommates’ fame, Panchayat seems to have come out of the blue. The series has a very interesting cast including Jitendra Kumar akka Jeetu, Neena Gupta, Raghubir Yadav and Biswapati Sarkar.
The series is about a young graduate who is posted in a remote village. Much to his dismay, the young lad finds the place has nothing to offer, not even a regular electric supply. The series seems to be filled with dollops of laughter and witty one-liners and is surely at the top of our must-watch list.
3. Money Heist Season 4 (Netflix, April 3):
Yes, Netflix is bringing the next season of its celebrated series on April 3 and high voltage action will be picking up exactly where it left off in the Bank of Spain. The series will have eight episodes and all the entire series will be released in one go for viewers to binge.
4. Never Have I Ever (Netflix, April 27):
Created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ fame, Never Have I Ever will be a sure shot dose of laughter and relaxation in this quarantine time. The 10-episode series will follow our protagonist, Devi, an overachieving high school sophomore who recently lost her father.
“Netflix approached me about doing a series on young Mindy,” Kaling said in an interview with Variety. “I wasn’t as interested in telling a period piece about an Indian girl growing up in the ’80s, but I told them I’d love to do a show about a 15-year-old Indian girl now.”
5. State Of Siege (ZEE5, Now Streaming):
State Of Siege revisits the deadly and infamous 26/11 attack on Mumbai but with a perspective of NSG and that’s what makes it unique from the slew of shows and movies made based on the incident.
Based on Sandeep Unnithan’s book Black Tornado: The Three Sieges of Mumbai 26/11, the show tries to give a detailed account of what happened during the operation and how our security forces succeeded in saving several lives despite faulty equipment and lack of funds. Sounds like definitely one of the must-watch best Hindi web-series of April 2020. Isn’t it?
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