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From Panchayat Season 2 to Delhi Crime 2, top five web series of 2022 you need to watch right now

Top 5 Indian web series: As several shows sequels hit the screens this year familiar characters in the OTT world once again captured everyone’s attention. For the audience, these characters held out attention once more. Some shows even outperformed their previous seasons, while others continued their dean runs. We’re left wanting for more after watching the top Hindi web series of the last year, which are those that are listed below.

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1. Panchayat Season 2

Panchayat Season 2

The Prime Video series Panchayat’s second season had high expectations to live up to, and this time it succeeded, leaving fans in tears at the conclusion of its second season’s end. In the show Panchayat, played by Jitendra Kumar, Abhishek, the village secretary of Phulera, balances his life with adjusting to village politics. As the village elders lead Phulera into modern times, Raghuvir Yadav and Neena Gupta reprise their roles as the elders. Combining humour and drama, the ensemble of oddness and great supporting characters rise to the challenge as well. Life in the village has never appeared so good.

2. Rocket Boys

Rocket Boys

The history of India serves as the plot for SonyLIV’s Rocket Boys, which follows the amazing lives of physicists Homi Bhabha and Vikram Sarabhai. Homi (Jim Sarbh) and Vikram (Ishwak Singh) dedicate their lives to building India’s nuclear and space programmes, respectively, from the pre-Independence era through the creation of a new nation. The historical drama, a tale of friendships and struggles, is upbeat and motivating. Rocket Boys brings to life another period via the accomplishments of Homi and Vikram, displaying their inner difficulties and outer.

3. Delhi Crime 2

Delhi Crime 2

Shefali Shah served as the team’s DCP Vartika Chaturvedi, and Delhi Crime, an international Emmy-winning series, returned with an outstanding second season. A savage assassination string carried out by a cunning group that targets rich senior folks is the focus of the criminal thriller, which is set in 2013. Shefali and the team of actors, Rajesh Tailang, Rasika Dugal, Anurag Arora, Sidharth Bhardwaj, and Gopal Dutt, portray the brave efforts of Delhi police officials to look into and arrest those responsible for the horrible acts. Delhi Crime 2 throws an attention on its female characters while examining concerns of police brutality and the work-life balance. Actor Tillotama Shome, who joins Shefali and Rasika in the cast, gives a compelling performance as the newcomer.

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4. Gullak season 3

Gullak season 3

We return to the humble world of the Mishra family in the third season of the critically acclaimed television show. Since we originally met Santosh (Jameel Khan), Shanti (Geetanjali Kulkarni), and their kids Annu (Vaibhav Raj Gupta) and Aman (Harsh Mayar), they’ve grown up and gone a long way. Despite everything that has been hurled at the family from all directions, the sweet yet powerful love inside the family has remained unchanged. Gullak reminds us that family is always there for you with its straightforward yet engaging dialogue by Durgesh Singh and its moving performances from Jameel, Geetanjali, Vaibhav, and Harsh.

5. Maharani season 2

Maharani season 2

Rani Bharti, played by Huma Qureshi, has green as a wife and politician in this season after being into the spotlight as Bihar’s chief minister in season one. With her husband, the leader Bheema Bharti (Sohum Shah), looking for power alongside her, the iconic Rani has been made aware of several fraudulent plans being carried out behind her back. The political thriller, which takes place in the 1990s, show the shady political attacks and back-door agreements that must be done to maintain government. Maharani, performed by a fearless Huma, kept us engaged with outstanding performances and interesting story.


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