Most Popular Indian Web Series of 2022 as per IMDb

"Most popular Indian web series of 2022 (so far) as per IMDb: Apharan, Rocket Boys, Panchayat enter top 10"

IMDb has released a list of the ‘Most Popular Indian Web Series of 2022 (So Far)’ based on the users’ IMDb rating of the show and these 10 shows have received user rating of 7 or higher by the fans. Here’s the list of ‘Most Popular Indian Web Series of 2022 (So Far)’ as per IMDb you cannot miss to watch!

1. Apharan (Voot)

Starring Arunoday Singh in the lead role, Apharan came back for a second season this year on Voot Select. Rudra Srivastava, a senior inspector with Uttarakhand police is lured into kidnapping a young girl at her request. The plot begins as a simple plan to extort money in exchange for her release. When the chain of events go wrong and a series of lies unfold, he realizes that he is now a part of a deadly conspiracy. The show also stars Nidhi Singh, Snehil Dixit Mehra, and Sukhmani Sadana, Apharan has a rating of 8.4. The show is known to be high tension, with jittery suspense, hit-and-run sequences, and brutal drama which make it the unmissable watch of the year

2. Campus Diaries (MX Player)

Set in a college, the show seems to have struck a chord with the younger audience. The show has an IMDb rating of 9. The show is billed as a ‘coming-of-age drama’ that deals with hardships of college students as they make their way through love, friendships, life and college. Created by Prem Mistry and Abhishek Yadav, the show stars Harsh Beniwal, Ritvik Sahore, Saloni Gaur, Salonie Patel, Abhinav Sharma and Srishti Ganguli Rindani.

3. Rocket Boys (Sony LIV)

One of the more promising shows this year, Rocket Boys followed the journey of scientists Homi Bhabha and Vikram Sarabhai as they ushered the newly independent India into the world of scientific accomplishments. Starring Jim Sarbh and Ishvak Singh, the Sony LIV show has a rating of 8.9.

4. Panchayat (Prime Video)

The Jitendra Kumar led series returned for a second season this year and surprised the audience. The show has a rating of 8.9. The show is set in a village in Uttar Pradesh where a UPSC aspirant ends up working at the Panchayat office. The show also stars Raghubir Yadav and Neena Gupta in pivotal roles.

5. The Great Indian Murder (Disney+ Hotstar)

The Tigmanshu Dhulia show did not receive favourable reviews upon its release but it looks like the viewers were here for it. The show has a 7.3 rating. Starring Pratik Gandhi and Richa Chadha, the show was based on Vikas Swarup’s 2016 murder mystery ‘Six Suspects’. The show’s plot triggers after an industrialist is killed at a party and everyone who was there, and those who were not even present, turns into a suspect.

6. Human (Disney+ Hotstar)

The Shefali Shah and Kirti Kulhari show was set in the world of medicine where human trials form the dark underbelly of the trade. The IMDb user rating of the show is at 8.

7. Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein (Netflix)

Starring Tahir Raj Bhasin, Shweta Tripathi and Anchal Singh, this Netflix show was popular with the audience as soon as it came out. The show has a rating of 7. The show’s plot follows a man who is forced to get married to a politician’s daughter so he can keep his family safe.

8. Escaype Live (Disney+ Hotstar)

The Hotstar series was against a digital reality show that pushes its contestants, and makers to challenge their morality. Starring Jaaved Jaaferi, Siddharth, Plabita Borthakur, Shweta Tripathi, Ritvik Sahore, among others, the show has a rating of 7.8.

9. Mai (Netflix)

Starring Sakshi Tanwar in the lead role, the Netflix series follows a woman who is trying to get to the bottom of her daughter’s murder. The show has a rating of 7.2.

10. The Fame Game (Netflix)

The Fame Game released with a lot of promise as it starred Madhuri Dixit in the lead role. The show followed the story of a famous film actor who goes missing, and the investigation unravels the dark secrets of her life that have been hidden from the public eye. Also starring Sanjay Kapoor, the show has a rating of 7.

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