Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn’t Like To Miss

Recently many good series came out on Ott, which proved to be good in attracting the audience along with being successful on Ott. Today we will talk about the series that came out in 2023 which entertained us a lot. Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn’t Like To Miss

1. Farzi

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

Shahid Kapoor, Vijay Sethupati, k.k Menon Bhuvan Arora, and rashi khanna are the lead actors in this series. In this series, Shahid Kapoor plays the role of an artist who uses his talent to make notes. This is a crime thriller comedy series which has got a rating of 8.4 on IMDb.

Overview: A small-time artist working out of his grandfather’s printing press has designed the ultimate con job – a crime uniquely suited to him – and gets pulled into the murky, high stakes world of all that it demands. A fiery, unorthodox task force officer has made it his mission to rid the country of the menace this poses in this fast-paced, edgy one-of-a-kind thriller.

2. Asur 2

Asur is a mythological crime thriller series. Which is based on a serial killer who believes himself to be Kali. Asur has released 2 seasons so far, Which got a rating of 8.5 on IMDb. Arshad Warsi, Barun Sobti, Anupriya Goenka, and Vishesh Bansal are the main leads in this series.

Overview: The critically acclaimed Indian thriller series, “Asur,” is set to return with its highly anticipated second season, promising an even more gripping and intense narrative. Building on the success of the first season, the show continues its exploration of the dark realms of mythology, religion, and the human psyche. With an ensemble cast led by Arshad Warsi and Barun Sobti, ‘Asur Season 2’ delves deeper into the twisted cat-and-mouse game between the CBI team and the notorious Asur, a serial killer disguised by myths and faith

3. School of lies

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

The story was about on 7th-class child who suddenly goes away from school, after which the police start investigating the matter. The series is scheduled to release on 2 June 2023. It stars Nimrat Kaur, Aamir Bhasir, Geetika Vidya Ohlyan, and Vir Pachisia.

Overview: Kaur, who plays school counselor Nandita Mehra, said: “With the shoot of School of Lies, I have learnt a lot about children and how they can surprise you at every step of the way. This unique series is inspired by real events that I have heard of, and brings an uncanny spin to it as it reveals what goes on behind the closed doors of a boarding school.”

4. Scoop

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

The story of this series focuses on the case of a crime reporter Jagruti Pathak in 2003, on which the murder of a reporter is found, after all, who killed the reporter, we all see in this series. Zeeshan Ayyub and Karishma Tanna are the lead actors.

Overview: Created by Hansal Mehta and Mrunmayee Lagoo Waikul, Scoop is a six-episode series based on the true story of Mumbai-based crime journalist Jigna Vora, as told in her autobiographical book Behind The Bars In Byculla: My Days in Prison. The show details the infamous murder of fellow reporter Jyotirmoy Dey, and how Jigna was accused of being a conspirator by the police.

 As per Netflix’s synopsis, Scoop looks at how “the shocking murder of a journalist thrusts a leading crime reporter into a nexus of police, media, and the Mumbai underworld as she fights for justice.” Dey worked as a crime and investigations editor for Indian tabloid paper Mid-Day, and was an expert on the underbelly of Mumbai, before being shot to death in June 2011. Eventually, authorities linked notorious gangster Chhota Rajan to the crime, and a number of people involved were arrested. 

5.  Rana Naidu

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

The series focuses on Rana Naidu who solves any problem faced by any actor in the Bollywood industry. But the problem in his life increases when his father comes out of jail. Surveen Chawla, Rana Daggubati, Daggubati Venkatesh, Sushant Singh, and Abhishek Banerjee are the lead actors in Rana Naidu.

Overview: Rana Naidu, the Indian adaptation of Ray Donovan, may come across like a crime caper, but what it is actually at the heart is a family drama. It’s definitely not your quintessential family drama, but one where every member of the brood is fighting their own demons, while dealing with years of lies and tension. This portrayal of a dysfunctional family with a blend of crime, celebrity scandal cover-ups and politics makes the show quite riveting. This also allows it to work on its own without the need to be compared with the original

6. Inspector Avinash

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

The story of this series is based on a police inspector Avinash, on whom a murder case is being investigated. In the rest of the story, we have seen the flashback story of Avinash. In this series, Randeep Hooda, and Urvashi Rautela in main leads.

Overview: ‘Inspector Avinash’, we are introduced to a cop whose strong religious beliefs coexist with his flawed behaviour. He often arrives at crime scenes under the influence of alcohol, displays a willingness to offer money to the wife of a slain criminal, and never thinks twice before pumping bullets into a criminal’s body. The series offers a thrilling narrative that depicts the reality of the crime scene in Uttar Pradesh, albeit with a glossy touch. It effectively captures the essence of the region while embracing the rough edges of its central character, resulting in an engaging viewing experience. The story unfolds through flashbacks, as Avinash (Randeep Hooda) finds himself implicated in the encounter of three young men. Inspired by the format of direct address to the camera popularized by Ian Richardson and Kevin Spacey in ‘House of Cards’, the series effectively utilizes this technique to immerse the audience in Avinash’s world.

7. Saas Bahu aur Flamingo

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

Saas Bahu Aur Rajhans is a crime thriller drama series with an all-female lead. The story of this series is about an attractive woman from a family who deals drugs in the desert. Dimple Kapadia, Radhika Madan, Isha Talwar, Deepak Dobriyal, Angira Dhar, Jimit Trivedi, and Nasiruddin Shah are the main lead cast.

Overview: The show begins with Bijli coming back from Mumbai after delivering Flamingo, a type of narcotic drugs. But at that same party, Maharashtra’s Deputy CM’s son goes into a coma due to an overdose caused by the same drug. There is tremendous pressure on the Narcotics Wing of the Mumbai Police to crack the case, and Prasoon, one of the investigating officers, has been assigned to take charge. The minister, whose son is in a coma, would want a quick arrest. Back in Hastipur, Rann Pradesh, the audience is given a peek into the lives of Bijli and her sister-in-laws who are a part of the drug ring, spearheaded by their mother-in-law Savitri, aka Rani Ba to her workers and many others in the village. Savitri runs the drug ring that manufactures a strain of cocaine called Flamingo, and under the guise of exporting herbs and handicrafts out of the state and country, they run this ring and are the country’s biggest manufacturers.

8.  The Night Manager

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

The story was based on Indian navy ex-soldier  Shaan Sengupta who works as a night manager in a hotel. Who is given the task of spying on an Indian businessman who deals in Arms. It stars Aditya Roy Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and Sobhita Dhulipala.

Shantanu ‘Shaan’ Sengupta, a former Lieutenant in the Indian Navy, is currently working as a night manager in a premiere star hotel in Dhaka, amidst the Rohingya genocide in 2017. He is approached by Safina Kidwai, a 14-year-old girl married to the majority share owner of the star hotel, Freddie Rehman, to help her escape to India. Upon his refusal, she steals his phone and discreetly records a meeting in Shaan’s phone between Shaildendra ‘Shelly’ Rungta and her husband, about buying and smuggling illegal arms into Bangladesh. She also takes pictures of the paperwork and returns the phone to Shaan, so that he can view everything. Upon seeing everything, he goes to his friend, Vikram Bhagwat, of the Indian High Commission in Dhaka, to share the information and evidence.

9. Dahaad

The story follows the village of Mandawa, Rajasthan where serial murders of low-caste girls. This was inspired by the real-life story of Cyanide Mohan,  who was of accused murdering approximately 20 women between 2004 and 2009. Sonakshi Sinha, Vijay Verma, Gulshan Devaiah, and Sohum Shah are the lead actors in Dahaad. 

In Mandawa, a small village in the state of Rajasthan, Sub-Inspector Anjali Bhaati (Sonakshi Sinha) comes across a case in which twenty-seven women across the state have disappeared without a trace, yet the locals seem unfazed. However, everything changes when Bhaati finds a common thread connecting all the cases, leading her to suspect that a serial killer may be on the loose. This revelation shifts her attention from unexplained disappearances to a well-planned and calculated scheme. Anjali, in her thirties, rebels against the traditional background of her village, making it difficult for her mother to find a suitable groom. She also faces discrimination due to her caste. However, she remains a strong-headed cop.

 10.  Class (2023)

Top 10 2023 Indian Series That You Shouldn't Like To Miss

Class is a TV series released on Netflix in February 2023. Set in India, as a Hindi reinterpretation of the Spanish show Elite, the show gives a critical representation of Indian society, touching on topics like inequality, corruption, casteism, and hate. Given its success, Class became a window into India for the Western audience, and people were curious about the cast. One actress, in particular, caught everybody’s attention: Anjali Sivaraman, the model who plays Suhani Ahuja, the girl who dies at the end of Season 1. Let’s discover who she is and what led her to become one of the main characters of this popular Hindi drama.

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