From Dice Media, the makers of 2016’s ‘Little Things’, comes a new age family dramedy called “What The Folks (WTF!)”. The show encapsulates the struggles of Nikhil, a young man who is forced to live with his in-laws for a few weeks. Nikhil’s bittersweet interactions with his wife’s family, peppered with the stark differences in
Srikant Tiwari is a middle-class, salaried government employee with a normal family life. He’s also a spy for the National Intelligence Agency and would like to keep his two lives separate but they collide much to his dismay. Watch ‘The Family Man’ to see how his secret affects his family while the future of India
Vignettes cut out of the lives of small-town, big-minded but middle-class to the core Mishra family, this web series will warm your soul. TVF’s ‘Gullak’ is made up of stories filled with the flavours of the by-lanes of heartland North India and is unlike anything you’ve ever seen of these places. Savour in the joy,
Middle class Sharma family of Delhi has all the problems and characters that a typical Indian middle class family has. The hardworking father, the doting mother, the surprisingly chill grandmother, and two kids stuck in their own coming of age problems. Check out Season 3 of this wacky family on ‘Aam Aadmi Family’ on TVFPlay
Rishabh and Shefali Malhotra are having the infamous mid-life crisis and when another married couple close to them files for divorce they get worried about their own little family and their married life. That is what prompts them to consult a therapist and the disclosures in that session that form the crux of this quirky
Go behind the scenes of the great indian weddings and venture into the lives of the ones who make it manageable. ‘Made in Heaven’ is the story of a wedding planning company, their owners, employees and how everyone involved gets their life tangled up in the process.
Running a startup? Ok, good. Startup partner is your cousin? Well… that’s ok. Still manageable. The office is in the middle of your middle class Baniya family’s home in Delhi? Now that’s a situation. And a comedic one. Watch how Adhira and Shagun make their way through their family, their relationship and the startup culture
Adi is a 26 year old who still lives with his mother and that is a problem to him. For he knows that he cannot leave his widowed mother alone but also bring with her is a constant struggle to grow up. And in this they manage to start something together. Find out what in