Top 10 Women oriented web series: Today i.e. International Women’s Day 2022 is celebrated in the whole world.
International Women’s Day is around the corner, and we got some awesome content that reflects how women have carved their footprints in the area of films and the web series.
On this International Women’s Day invite your girl gang, get some food, and get entertained with back-to-back women centric web series that has not only rolled out epic performances but has also garnered a large fan following.
Top 10 Women Oriented Web Series You Must Watch on International Womens Day 2022 On OTT Like Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hotstar, Zee5
There is a bunch of women empowered web series you must watch on OTT to celebrate Women’s day
1. Aarya On Hotstar
Miss Universe Sushmita Sen’s Aarya is one of the best web series that one should watch on Women’s day. Sushmita has played the role of a mother looking out for her kids.
Sushmita’s character Aarya deals with utmost perfection with every emotion, disappointment, betrayal, love, anger, or frustration.
Aarya Web Series is available on Disney+ Hotstar.
2. Emily in Paris On Netflix
Emily in Paris is the story of a young American woman, Emily Cooper, who embraces her adventurous new life while juggling work, friends, and romance.
Emily also gives women a host of life lessons as she motivates them to never give up even in the worst of conditions.
The series star casts are Lily Collins, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo in pivotal roles.
Emily in Paris web show is available on Netflix.
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3. Bombshell On Amazon Prime Video
The film is based on true events of how a group of women come together to expose Fox News CEO Roger Ailes for sexual harassment.
Bombshell received rave reviews, with audiences loving the performances of lead cast Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie, who were also nominated for various prestigious awards owing to their performance.
The film is helmed by Jay Roach and written by Charles Randolph. Ladies, this one is not worth a miss!
4. The Father
The Father show has an emotional show. The Anthony Hopkin starrer was praised for its story and performances.
Anthony Hopkins plays an ailing, octogenarian Londoner who is also suffering to dementia, he further feels forsaken when his only daughter Anne informs him that she is moving to Paris.
5. Mary Kills People
Dr Mary Harris works at Eden General Hospital’s emergency unit to save people’s lives. At night, though, she turns her attention to a different approach. Working with her partner, a former plastic surgeon, Mary moonlights as an underground angel of death.
Together, they help terminally ill patients end their lives on their own terms. As her world starts to unravel, it starts to get complicated when the police start investigating them.
6. Lust Stories
Female sexuality is a topic that few dares to explore and when done well, it can translate into funny, awkward and even sweet tales, such as in Lust Stories.
The anthology by four of India’s biggest directors including Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee and Anurag Kashyap has its hit and miss moments but it certainly deserves credit for showing us real women with their relatable desires.
7. Engineering Girls
Engineering Girls Season 1 is a five-episode show starring Krithika Avasthi, Barkha Singh, and Sejal Kumar. The show follows the lives of girls who live in an engineering girls’ hostel.
Season 1 of this series, directed by Apoorv Singh Karki, premiered on Netflix in 2018. Because many female founders and engineers are doing incredible work in STEM fields, but their perspectives and worlds are rarely seen in mainstream content, Engineering Girls set out to change that with its seasons.
SHE is one of the top ten most-watched web series on Netflix in India.
The story of a cop who goes undercover as a sex worker is told in this crime drama starring Aditi Pohankar.
Bhumi is a Mumbai police officer, who then transforms into a sleazy hooker in no time. Her demeanour was the clincher in determining her personality.
She handled both extremes admirably. Imtiaz Ali’s series depicts the role of a woman’s body in asserting authority over her oppressors.
Leila is a show about a mother who has lost her child and wants to find him, but she runs into a lot of difficulties and gets herself into a lot of trouble.
As the threat of impending doom looms, fear makes you uneasy. The show revolves around the character of Huma Qureshi. The series, which is available on Netflix, also stars Siddharth, Rahul Khanna, and a slew of other actors.
This awesome web series Leila is on Netflix India original series and has fascinated audiences with its gritty, powerful, and brave story.
10. Four More Shots Please! – Season 1 and 2
Seasons 1 and 2 of this female-centric series are now available on Amazon Prime Video, with Season 3 on the way. This is an excellent watch for a girls’ night out.
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