2021 was an eventful year for streaming services. For the second year in a row, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Sony LIV, Disney+ Hotstar web series, and many more were completely responsible for giving us entertainment, and once again, they tried their best to keep us from thinking about the tragedies of the real world.
The producers of the Hindi web series experimented with various genres and forms, which provided us with a wide range of possibilities. While Gullak Season 2 lifted the standard for online slice-of-life programming, Sony LIV’s Tabbar brought us an emotional family drama with an intriguing mystery aspect.
In Manoj Bajpayee’s The Family Man 2, Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s complex performance captivated the audience with an exciting thriller. Konkona Sensharma dominated the screen in Netflix’s Geeli Pucchi as a lady from a lower caste whose wants and dreams are scorned due to her status in society.
The plot of Tabbar on Sony LIV originally had a middle-class family that ended up in the wrong location at the wrong time. However, it quickly changed into a heartbreaking story about a family that will do anything to protect one another, despite the serious consequences.
A plain middle-class family resides in a bland community. Even though they lead a routine existence, it is just as gratifying, nourishing, and comfortable as dal-chawal. LIV series by Sony At the beginning of the year, Gullak returned for a second season and provided some of the most wholesome television we have seen in recent memory. Gullak felt like it was a reprise of an early 1990s television show that brings a smile to your face but can also make you cry just as easily. Whether it was Mummy’s (Geetanjali Kulkarni) anger that made the family members notice her deteriorating health or Annu’s (Vaibhav Raj Gupta) frustration at not being as successful as he hoped he would be, Gullak felt like it was a reprise.