Web series based on politics-photo: social media
There are plenty of crime-thriller, suspense, love and romance-filled stories in the web series world that viewers love to watch. There are many films made in Bollywood that are based on politics. There are many web series on the OTT platform, which have touched on the issue of politics and these web series have created an uproar among the viewers. Let us tell you about the popular five political web series today.
House of Cards (House Of Cards, Netflix)
The web series House of Cards came out in 2013, explaining America’s politics quite well. The series has a total of 6 episodes, showing the internal politics of the White House, the Senate and congressional politics in the U.S., the fight to the mayor. Kevin Spacey is the main character in five episodes of this series, but before the sixth season he was dropped due to accusations of #MeToo. In addition to him, the actress Robin Wright is the main character in the series. You can watch it on Netflix.
City of dreams web series-Photo : social media
City of Dreams
The web series city of Dreams shows the politics of familialism. In the first season of the series, there is a political succession between brother and sister, and in the second season, the fight takes place between father and daughter. The series stars Atul Kulkarni, Aijaz Khan, Priya Bapat and Sachin Pilgaonkar. This series is present on Hotstar.
Tandav-photo: Amar Ujala Bureau, Mumbai
The orgy (Tandav)
Saif Ali Khan and Dimple Kapadia’s web series ‘tandav’ came into discussion before the release. The series shows the Battle of the successor and the student politics. In addition to Saif Ali Khan and Dimple Kapadia, the series also features Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub. You can watch this series on Amazon Prime Video.
Empress web series-Photo: social media
The list also includes Huma Qureshi’s web series ‘Queen’. The series shows the politics of Bihar of the 90s, with a woman named Rani (Huma Qureshi) suddenly stepping into the politics of Bihar, leaving everyone surprised. This series shows the political struggle of an illiterate woman. You can see it on Sony Liv.