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Best Web Series You Can Watch on Voot

Voot is one of the popular OTT platforms in India that streams popular web series and it probably needs no introduction but, if you haven’t heard of it, here you go. It is an Indian subscription video on demand and over the top streaming service, owned by Viacom 18.

Voot is available in 8 different languages for example Hindi, English, Kannada, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu. Voot currently has over 1 million paying subscribers and over 100 million monthly active users.

If you are one of those people, who needs to binge on something so welcome to the club. We have curated a list of the best web series you can watch on Voot alone or with someone else.

Also read : Best Web Series By TVF You Can Watch On YouTube

1. It’s not that simple –

In the era of fragile, wimpy, and the typical damsel in distress image portrayed by the television shows for our women, it’s refreshing to watch something out of the Purana(old) “saas-bahu” theme.

It’s not that simple, stars Swara Bhaskar as the protagonist who fights for her rights amid the misogynist, patriarchal society. The web series has a total of 2 seasons, with the second season continuation of the first. The first season revolves around Mira (Swara Bhaskar), an urban housewife who is stuck amid raising her daughter, Jhilmil, and an unhappy marriage.

The second season takes a massive leap and shows her divorcing her husband and building an architectural firm of her own called Take 2, with her bestie-cum-business partner, Natasha (Manasi Rachh), and fighting her way through the male-dominated society. This is definitely one of the best web series you can watch on Voot now.

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2. Asur – Welcome to your dark side –

The line between reality and truth is really narrow. Asur is a psychological thriller based on crime and mystery with just the right dose of mythology. It is directed and produced by Oni Sen and stars Arshad Warsi, Barun Sobti, Sharib Hashmi, and Amey Wagh.

Asur is one of the highest-rated, most-watched, and falls under the category of “best web series” of all time for sure. The story revolves around a serial killer, whose beliefs and thoughts are deep-rooted within Hindu mythology and is challenging a group of forensic experts to solve the mystery behind a number of evil crimes.

The series bags your attention right from the start and grips you tightly till the end. It provokes you to watch your thoughts and intrigues you to watch till the end, though, some parts may seem a bit illogical and might not make sense to you. Voot now!

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3. Untag –

Society has a way of categorizing people into certain groups, labeling and calling them certain names, often forgetting the mark it leaves on them. If you are in the mood to watch something positive and light-hearted this weekend, untag is the right choice for you.

The show revolves around the life of six different people and how they deal with the tags given to them by society, by us. Their journey from self-hate to self-love is just the right dose of dopamine and Serotonin, which we need on most days.

It’s about destroying the labels and tags enforced upon us by society and not letting these tags define our identity. If you are reading this, we want you to know that you are not someone else’s opinion of you and you are capable of everything you set your mind to also, do not forget to be kind to the people around you. Stay Humble. Stay Kind

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4. The Raikar Case –

The Raikar case is Voot’s original web series launched under the Voot “Select” section of the app. It comprises seven episodes in total. It is not only a series based on the theme of crime, but it also consists of elements of thriller and gradually builds up suspense that will keep the viewers hooked to the screen until the end of the show.

The show revolves around the investigation of the death of the youngest son of a wealthy family. When the police rule out the possibility of suicide and start investigating, the family starts to spit out some dark secrets.

The show is based on one tragic incident which brings out the actual face of each family member and the family starts to fall apart. The characters have played their part wonderfully and have amassed overwhelming reviews from the audiences and viewers.

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5. The Gone Game –

The Gone Game is an Indian psychological thriller series directed by Nikhil Bhat, starring Sanjay Kapoor, Shweta Tripathi, Shriya Pilgaon, and Arjun Mathur. This series shot by the actors in the comfort of their homes during the Covid lockdown in India.

The show begins around March, back when people were banging thalis, lighting diyas, and making Dalgona coffees at home in the hope that everything would be fine.

The show revolves around Sahil Gujral (Arjun Mathur) who declared dead after he gets infected with the coronavirus. Soon after, his family informed him of his death and while his family is mourning his death. His sister receives an unknown call from someone claiming to be her dead brother.

The show takes a turn and his sister starts connecting the dots which leads to the shocking revelation.

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Voot is incredibly popular for its fresh and out-of-the-box content. We have tried to mix various types of genres together to keep it interesting and not too monotonous for you. These are certainly our favorites and undoubtedly the best web series on voot.


We hope you like them and you give them a watch. Don’t forget to comment below and let us know if liking any of the shows listed above. Happy Watching!

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  1. Another solid piece of work for the people who love to watch good content with quality acting. Great collection of web series under voot. Im now going to watch its not that simple part-2. you guys makes the life easier of working people who dont have time to surf. As here in your platform without wasting much time they get what they want. Great work guys. Keep going keep rocking.

      • What a classic collection of shows you have mentioned. Thanks for suggestions, I have watched few of them specially “Asur”. A crime thriller (kinda sociological thriller) based on Hindu Mythology can be represented in such a way I couldn’t believe it before watch it. These are some of the great shows you have mentioned. Thanks for the review

        • Thank you for the motivation Akshat. we will try to meet your expectations in the future as well. please keep supporting us.


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