There is nothing more frustrating than waiting in the traffic signal and having to do nothing. Sometimes, a small video or a song can uplift your mood in midst of a monotonous day.
While commuting every day, you can binge-watch the best web series, short films, and documentaries on your smartphone or smart device.
Watcho, one of the trending OTT platforms in India offers entertaining web series. Download the app on your iOS or Android device.
Looking for some binge-worthy shows to enjoy this weekend or while commuting to your office?
India’s 1st women prison break story to be released tentatively on the 25th December 2020 exclusively on the Watcho app. An escape challenge story in a unique women correctional jail in India, unlike the dark and dingy jails. This jail has all the modern infrastructure and treats its inmates like good humans in order to reform them. However, life is still confined in this prison. Enjoy watching a story full of twists, turns, and surprises.
This web series showcasing a combination of Dil, Dosti, and Masti. Six crazy best friends meet up to relive their hilarious life episodes while giving birth to new ones. There’s a hidden agenda to get huge amounts of money from one of the friends. Watch new comedy web series on the Watcho app.
This interesting romantic series unveils the weakening relationship of Nina and Armaan get into doldrums when a club entertainer, Nimisha comes into the life of Armaan again. This precipitates Nina to get in a mode of vengeance to avenge Armaan for breaking her trust. Find out what awaits in the life of Armaan and Nimisha. This series reveals the ugly truth of the consequences of adultery. You can watch this online on the Watcho app. They offer a great collection of web series, Hindi movies, and short films. You can also watch shows in regional languages like Punjabi, Tamil, Bengali, etc.
This inspiring short film showcases a young woman who is almost on the verge of leaving her marital home due to a dominating mother in law. A chance encounter with an Indian Army Soldier teaches her a new meaning of love and lends her a new perspective of life. This film indeed teaches us what it advocates- that every minus is half of a plus.
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This 2019 Oscars winning short documentary is one of the best Hindi short films to watch. Award-winning director Rayka Zehtabchi ‘touches upon’ the taboo issue of menstruation particularly in rural India. This short film portrays the issue of Indian women fighting the stigma surrounding menstruation. What makes this short film even more inspiring is that it is based on the exploits of a real-life hero.
Cities of Sleep
Staying up late at night can be fun for some. This movie showcases the story of two homeless people Shakeel and Ranjeet. It is an everyday challenge for some to find a safe place to sleep for the night. A place under the bridges, to subways and corners becomes their home for the night.
These are some of the web series to binge-watch while stuck in traffic or the metro.