November with itself brings cozy blankets, hot coffee, and an undying penchant to stay in bed, literally forever. However, staying just in bed could be the most boring experience ever for obvious reasons.
Nevertheless, currently, there’s a lot that’s brewing on our favourite web series platforms that would help you curb boredom once and for all. So if wondering what Indian web series to watch this November, then here’s the list.
1. Little Things
If you have been following up Little Things form the very first season, we advise you to stack an extra box of tissue paper for the third season. Kavya and Dhruv in the third season of Little Things are all set to try long-distance relationship starting from November 9. Make sure you are on time.
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2. Virgin Bhaskar
Virgin Bhaskar could make you crave “things” this winter. A comedy series available on ZEE5, Virgin Bhaskar reloves around the story of a novelist who wants to lose his virginity to this girl he loves. However, all he could do is write about it. Just writers things.
3. House Arrest
House Arrest is a 1hr 44 mins Netflix film starring Ali Fazal, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Jim Sarbh. The story explores the man who has restricted himself to the boundaries of his home. However, with the arrival of a curious journalist, he rethinks the restrictions he has self-imposed.
4. Broken But Beautiful 2
After the first season success, Vikrant Massey and Harleen Sethi are back with the second season of their romantic drama Broken but Beautiful. In the second season, the characters would explore life after deciding to stay away from each other. However, we wonder for how long?
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With familiar faces in the cast, Drive is the story of a thief (Sushant Singh Rajput) who joins hand with a racer (Jacqueline Fernadez) to initiate a robbery from a group that has its dirty secrets. Despite negative reviews, Drive is bearable with “the one” by your side.