The popularity of miniseries has increased dramatically in recent years. With rich plots, interesting characters, and the ideal number of moving parts, these series are the ideal cross between a movie and a longer-running series. They’re ideal if you’re aiming to finish a complete series in one night or are just looking for quick and entertaining stuff to watch over the course of a few relaxed watching hours. The best aspect is that a miniseries enables you to become engrossed in a narrative without requiring a lot of time.
If you’re looking for such a miniseries, we’ve put together a list of the best Hindi miniseries available on OTT platforms, ranging from love stories to war dramas. These series will keep you watching from beginning to end because they jump ahead to the interesting and fulfilling parts of a story without asking you to commit to several seasons.
Best Hindi Miniseries:
Ishq Express is a miniseries starring Ritvik Sahore and Gayatri Bhhardwaj. Strangers Aarav (Ritvik) and Tanya (Gayatri), who meet on a train, converse, and bond, are depicted in a believable young-adult romance. The two set out on a delightful, though choppy, train ride filled with love and all the highs and lows of emotions. The series is available on Amazon Mini TV, it has three episodes.
House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths
The docuseries House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths investigates the hypotheses behind the deaths of 11 members of the same family on June 30, 2018, which the media has dubbed the “Burari deaths.” Barkha Dutt portrays a journalist; Anita Anand, a clinical hypnotherapist; and Manoj Kumar, the SHO (2016–2019) at Burari police station. There are three episodes in the series, which are available on Netflix.
Out of Love
Rasika Dugal and Purab Kohli play the main characters in the television series Out of Love, which is based on Doctor Foster by Mike Bartlett. Up until the day Meera discovered a hair on Akarsh’s scarf, the couple had been blissfully married. In the show, Meera learns about Akarsh’s deceptions, his affair with Alia, a much younger woman, and her marriage’s difficulties. On Disney Plus Hotstar, there are two seasons and ten episodes to watch.
The horror streaming television miniseries Ghoul is based on the Arab folktale monster known as the ghoul. The main premise of the tale, which is set in a dystopian future in which fascism is at its height and is set in India, involves questioning the notorious terrorist Ali Saeed in a government internment camp. What follows sets off a chain of horrible and supernatural events. The primary character, Nida Rahim, is portrayed by Radhika Apte. Manav Kaul and Ratnabali Bhattacharjee also have significant roles. There are three episodes in the series, which are available on Netflix.
The show centres on four friends named Naveen, Jitu, Yogi, and Mandal who left their professions to launch their own start-up business. The show stars Jitendra Kumar, Abhay Mahajan, Arunabh Kumar, and Naveen Kasturia. There are five episodes of the show, and you can watch them on Zee 5, MX Player, and YouTube.
State Of Siege: 26/11
State of Siege: 26/11 stars Arjan Bajwa, Arjun Bijlani, Mukul Dev, and Vivek Dahiya in the lead roles. The plot centres on the terrorist attack that rocked the country to its core in 2008 in Mumbai. It gives a factual account of what happened, how the NSG Commandos and police force handled the situation and the challenges they faced while completing their job with the least amount of dramatisation possible. The series has eight episodes available on Zee 5.
Alma matters- Inside The IIT Dream
The documentary web series Alma Matters: Inside the IIT Dream stars Shubham Agarwal, Kevin Banker, Lokesh Deshmukh, Mukul Sankule, Adarsh Upadhyay, Kumar Gaurav, and many others. The world of IIT Kharagpur, which is characterised by intense competition, ingrained misogyny, a struggle to “preserve identity,” as well as an unwavering will to succeed, is explored in this documentary. All three episodes of the show are accessible on Netflix.
Dhoop Ki Deewar
Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir play the primary characters in the web series Dhoop Ki Deewar, which also stars Zaib Rehman, Savera Nadeem, Samiya Mumtaz, Samina Ahmed, and Manzar Sehbai in significant parts. The web series, which is set against the backdrop of the Indo-Pak War, illustrates how peace is preferable to violence. When their fathers lose their lives in a long-standing border conflict, Vishaal Malhotra and Sara Sher Ali of Pakistan are forced into a nasty online argument. Together, they forge a friendship and get through their loss. Zee 5 is where you can see all 16 episodes of the show.
Afsos is a darkly humorous web series about an unhappy guy who tries to end his life but is unable to do so. The series stars Gulshan Devaiah, Sulagna Panigrahi, Anjali Patil, and Heeba Shah. The eight mini-episodes that make up the series are available on Amazon Prime Video.
Please Find Attached
Ayush Mehra and Barkha Singh play the main characters in the miniseries. Shaurya and Sanya, two office coworkers, decide to live together as roommates in the series’ central conflict. The coworkers gradually get to know one another better as they start spending more time together, and they end up falling in love. The two seasons and ten episodes of the show are accessible on Voot.