10 patriotic and hard-hitting web series to binge-watch on Republic Day


New Delhi: As India celebrates 73 years since becoming a republic on Wednesday, the COVID-19 pandemic has once again confined us to a subdued celebration.

So, while you are celebrating Republic Day at home, we bring you a list of 10 web series that you can watch with your friends and family that are sure to spark the feeling of patriotism in you.

1. “Family Man” Season 1 and 2: One of the most talked about web series of 2019 and 2021 is Manoj Bajpayee starring “The Family Man”. Manoj, as Shrikant Tiwari, is a middle-class man who secretly works as a senior officer in the Threat Analysis and Surveillance Cell (TASK) and does everything in his power to save his country.

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The first season sees him dealing with ISI agents trying to gas Delhi to death, while the second sees him battling Samantha Ruth Prabhu, who plays a Sri Lankan fighter from Tamil Eelam, for revenge. atrocities suffered by people.

Both seasons are edge-of-the-seat thrillers with drama and comedy sprinkled in, just right. Sharib Hashmi plays the capable sidekick, JK, and his chemistry with Manoj Bajpayee crackles. The series is available on Amazon Prime.

2. “Special Ops” Season 1: This series stars Kay Kay Menon as Himmat Singh, a RAW agent investigating the prime suspects of the 2001 parliament terror attack. Vinay Pathak plays the capable cop who helps Himmat at all costs. The action-packed series has Pathak recounting the incidents and what happened in the investigation of the 2001 attack. The series is available on Disney+ Hotstar.

3. “Bhaukaal” Season 1 and 2: Inspired by true events, the web series “Bhaukaal” is set in Muzaffarnagar in 2003, which was then best known as the crime capital of India, and the series tells how a brave officer embarks on a clean-up campaign to punish criminals, fight local influential figures and restore the common man’s faith in the law. The web series stars Mohit Raina in the lead role and is an entertaining and action-packed crime thriller. It is available for free on MX Player.

4. “Mumbai Diaries 11/26”: One aspect that everyone forgets when talking about terrorist attacks is the impact it has on hospitals. This is the first web series to show the reality of what doctors faced during the 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
Starring Mohit Raina and Konkona Sen Sharma, this web series shows you what hospital staff and doctors did to save lives when they had limited medical supplies and overwhelming numbers of patients facing an attack. terrorist. The series is available on Amazon Prime.

5. ‘Grahan’: One hard-hitting web series that is sure to leave anyone with tears in their eyes is the 2021 web series, “Grahan.” Based on the 1984 Sikh riots, the web series revolves around Inspector Amrita Singh (Zoya Hussain), who has been assigned to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate and reopen the 1984 Sikh riots in Bokaro , Jharkhand, only to discover that the main accused is his own father, Gursevak Singh, himself a Sikh. The series has an exceptional cast, including veteran Pavan Raj Malhotra, Anshumaan Pushkar and Wamiqa Gabbi. The series is based on the novel “Chaurasi” by Satya Vyas. It is available on Disney+ Hotstar.

6. “Regiment Journals”: “Regiment Diaries” is a history of the Indian Army – a living chronicle of events – told by the very people who follow the illustrious exploits of their predecessors. In the series, soldiers share their stories, often inspiring us and bringing tears to our eyes, but surely making us realize how much sacrifice is needed to protect the country so that its people can continue to live their lives in peace. It is available on Netflix.

7. “The test case”: It is one of the very few web series whose female protagonist tries to be an army officer. Nimrat Kaur plays the main role in this series and her character is that of a single woman in a group of Indian army officers training to join the special forces.
She is also the first woman to take the course, making it a “test case” for inducting women into combat-oriented roles in the Indian Army. With an IMDb rating of 8.4, this web series is inspiring and encourages and hopes that more women will join the Indian Army.

8. ’21 Sarfaroch – Saragarhi 1897′: It is an Indian historical drama television series starring Mohit Raina, Prakhar Shukla and Mukul Dev. The show is based on the Battle of Saragarhi, fought between Sikh soldiers of the British Indian Army and members of the Pashtun Orakzai tribe. It is one of the most underrated web series that got lost among the plethora of series available on every streaming service. It is available on Discovery Jeet.

9. “The Forgotten Army – Azaadi Ke Liye”: This series is based on the real events of the men and women of the Indian National Army (INA) led by Subhash Chandra Bose. The INA, which grew out of Indian soldiers who defected to the Empire of Japan during World War II, had the first female infantry regiment since Russian units of 1917-1918. History shows how these soldiers (composed of men and women) fought through thick and thin to achieve India’s independence, but their struggle and history somehow got lost and they became ” the forgotten army”. The series stars Sunny Kaushal and Sharvari Wagh. It is available on Amazon Prime.

10. ‘Code M’: Last but not least, Jennifer Winget anchors this thriller drama, as Army attorney Monica Mehra, who is involved in solving what appears to be an open and closed case, of the death of a army officer and two militant suspects, killed in one encounter, but uncovers many dark and disturbing secrets in the process. This series is available on ALT Balaji and ZEE5.

Many of these webseries show a facet that has never been shown before, be it a struggle for independence, a fight against terrorism or the aftermath of an act of violence.

And that’s the beauty of these web series. They add many layers and give things context, ultimately making viewers think and analyze things for themselves. We hope you enjoy your day and that these series will make your day memorable!

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