Home on Valentine’s Day? Watch these Web series!

Are you spending Valentine’s Day at home with your loved one?

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic may have lessened, but one still worries about stepping out for a date.

Well, the OTT platforms have got your covered!

Joginder Tuteja lists 10 romantic Web series playing on OTT that you can watch with your date.

 

Bebaakee
Where to watch: ALT Balaji and ZEE5

Bebaakee boasts of a grand canvas with production values that are suited to a big screen.

A love triangle, starring Kushal Tandon, Shiv Jyoti Rajput and Karan Jotwani, with classic elements of pyaar, ikraar and daraar, Bebaakee also has good music.

 

A Suitable Boy
Where to watch: Netflix

With Mira Nair stepping into the world of Web series, one can expect a cinematic feel to the narrative.

A Suitable Boy is a period love story, which also boasts of Tabu’s towering presence.

Tanya Maniktala plays a young woman for whom ‘a suitable boy’ is being sought.

Ishaan Khatter makes his digital debut here.

 

Baarish
Where to watch: ALT Balaji and ZEE5

Sharman Joshi and Asha Negi play a married couple in Baarish, where they find true love in each other.

 

Broken but Beautiful
Where to watch: ALT Balaji and ZEE5

What happens when you are in love, have a heartbreak, and then find love again?

Well, you can be ‘broken’ but still be ‘beautiful’.

That’s the premise of Vikrant Massey and Harleen Sethi starrer Broken but Beautiful, which is one of the most successful romantic Web series currently on.

With two seasons out, the third is in the making.

 

Little Things
Where to watch: Netflix

Little Things is cute and relatable.

Dhruv Sehgal and Mithila Palkar are a young couple-next-door that you may know, who try to make ‘little things’ happen to them.

This is one of those easy-breezy Web series that ensures that you have a smile on for most of its running time.

 

Never Kiss Your Best Friend
Where to watch: ZEE5

Remember your college days when you had a friend from the opposite sex?

What happens when the relationship goes to the next level?

Would you kiss your best friend?

That’s the dilemma shown in this bittersweet tale, starring Nakuul Mehta and Anya Singh.

 

It Happened in Calcutta
Where to watch: ALT Balaji and ZEE5

Yet another period romantic tale, It Happened in Calcutta is set in the medical world where Karan Kundrra leads the charge as a Casanova and falls in love with a woman named Naghma Rizwan.

With a classic feel to it, this romantic affair boasts of some good moments.

 

College Romance
Where to watch: Sony LIV

The first season had made a good impression and now the show is in its second season with Manjot Singh, Apoorva Arora, Keshav Sadhna, Gagan Arora and Shreya Mehta.

Set in Delhi, this one is for you if you can digest liberal use of cuss words and profanities.

Taj Mahal 1989
Where to watch: Netflix

Love happens regardless of age, time and location.

Taj Mahal 1989 is set in Lucknow and revolves around a number of characters with different takes on love.

Featuring Neeraj Kabi, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Sheeba Chaddha and Danish Husain, this one has some solid performances and is a mature take on love.

 

Permanent Roommates
Where to watch: TVFPlay

This is one Web series you can never be bored of.

Even if you have seen it earlier, it can be a comfortable watch all over again.

Featuring Sumeet Vyas and Nidhi Singh, Permanent Roommates is even more special since the two actors have evolved over a period of time and are now far more popular names, especially in the OTT world. 

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