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Basyukta Basuprava

Netflix has announced the two-day event called Netflix Streamfest, which will let Indians non-subscribers access the app for free from December 5. This means users can watch anything on Netflix without entering their credit or debit card details. This offer is available from December 5 to December 6.

Here are the best Indian shows you can binge this weekend on Netflix without paying a penny -


Jamtara is a crime thriller based on a true story depicting the phishing operations in the Jamtara district of Jharkhand. It takes us into the thrilling journey of cousins, Sunny and Rocky who along with their friends run a phishing scam secretly in a village.  Soon they are stuck between bigger criminals who want the money they’ve made and the cops, this unleashes a cat and mouse race.


A horror-thriller, Ghoul is sure to keep you at the edge of your seats. It combines military and supernatural themes together, a never seen before theme in the Indian shows. Radhika Apte is the protagonist who plays a military officer who has to interrogate a terrorist possessed by the Ghoul aka evil spirit. As the demon get powerful with time, shocking and spooky events occur at the military facility where the terrorist is kept captive.

Taj Mahal 1989

Weaving together three interconnected love stories, the series has a stellar star cast – Neeraj Kabi, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Sheeba Chaddha, Das Husain, and others. One of the couples struggles with their routines of the boring lives that overshadow their love. Another fights societal norms to be together while the third couple is torn by different political ideologies and college factors. This impactful series depicts the essence of love at different stages of life during changing scenarios of the country all in one engaging story.

Selection Day

Selection Day has been applauded for its real storyline and brilliant performances in the likes of Ratna Pathak Shah, Mahesh Manjrekar, Rajesh Tailang. But the stars of the show are the two young actors, Mohammad Samad and Yash Dholye who play Manju and Radha. It depicts the struggles of two small-town teenage boys Manju and Radha who aspire to become international cricketers. Their real journey starts when the boys get a scholarship to a prestigious sports school run by Ratna Pathak where they start to discover themselves. The huge pressure to succeed in the sophisticated environment and their evolving relationship with their father is relatable and real for every middle-class teenager.


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