25 Family Friendly Indian Web-Series You Can Enjoy With Kids & Parents

Over the last few years, OTT platforms in India have come up with an impressive amount of content for the viewers. However, many viewers complain that most of these shows are vulgar or too violent, and hence cannot be watched by a family together. While that is true, yet there is no dearth of family friendly Indian web-series. As we point out below, there are many shows you can watch with your parents or kids and spend some much needed quality time with your loved ones.

Also read: 15 Best Movies To Watch With Kids

Here are the 17 best family friendly Indian web series you can watch:

1. Bose: Dead/Alive

Based on the life of Subhas Chandra Bose, this show explores the mystery behind the death of the valiant leader who allegedly died in a plane crash. Conspiracy theorists believed that Bose might have lived much longer in secrecy. 

Where to watch: Jiocinema, ALTBalaji, MX Player

2. The Forgotten Army

Subhas Chandra Bose has always been a figure of intrigue in Indian history. The leader travelled all the way to Japan where he revived the disbanded Indian National Army, and meant for the army to take up arms alongside the Japanese and help India’s freedom struggle. 

Where to watch: Prime Video

3. Breathe

After a string of seemingly unconnected deaths of organ donors, Crime Branch officer Kabir pieces together a narrative that leads him to Danny – a likeable father of a boy who needs an organ donor. Kabir must get to the root of things. 

Where to watch: Prime Video

4. State of Siege: 26/11

State of Siege explores the events of the tragic Mumbai attacks of 2008 through the eyes of a team of NSG commandos deployed to fight against the terrorists involved in the attack. 

Where to watch: Disney+Hotstar

5. Hostages

The day before Dr Mira is scheduled to perform a surgery on the chief minister, her family is kidnapped. To save them, Mira must kill her unsuspecting patient. Will Mira sacrifice someone else’s life and her own conscience to rescue her family? This makes up the crux of the show. 

Where to watch: Disney+Hotstar

6. Kota Factory

Every year, thousands of JEE aspirants arrive in the Indian city of Kota to get into coachings that train them to pass the difficult test. Kota Factory explores the pressure and angst these young students go through. 

Where to watch: YouTube, TVF Play

7. Aspirants

This heartwarming show by TVF follows the lives of three friends, all of whom are UPSC aspirants. 

Where to watch: YouTube, TVF Play

8. Queen

Exploring the life of erstwhile chief minister of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa, Queen details the popular leader’s life, starting from earlier days in acting to her transformation into a political giant. 

Where to watch: MX Player

9. Panchayat

After graduating, Abhishek finds that his chances of landing a dream job are slim, so he ends up taking a job at the Panchayat office in a small town called Phulera. 

Where to watch: Prime Video

10. Adulting

Nikhat and Ray are two young flatmates who have just started their adult lives. The two set out on this new journey together as they struggle with issues with their new-found independence.  

Where to watch: YouTube

11. What the Folks

Dive into this feel-good sit-com that explores a modern-day Indian family and its hijinks. 

Where to watch: YouTube

12. Special Ops

After drawing parallels between a number of terrorist attacks, a RAW officer is convinced that there’s a single mastermind behind all of the attacks. 

Where to watch: Disney+Hotstar

13. Mind the Malhotras

After most of their couple friends end up getting divorced, the Malhotras decide to seek therapy to help their mid-life issues in marriage so they do not end up like their friends. 

Where to watch: Prime Video

14. Tripling

Three siblings set out on a journey that lets them rejuvenate their relationships with each other. 

Where to watch: TVF Play, YouTube (Partly), MX Player

15. Gullak

Gullak follows the lives of the members of the Mishra family, a quintessential middle class Indian family that struggles to keep up with times and its demands. 

Where to watch: SonyLIV

16. Yeh Meri Family

This show consists of a throwback to the life of a young boy named Harshu growing up in the 90s, exploring his life at school and at home as he faces the woes of childhood. 

Where to watch: TVF play, Prime Video

17. Permanent Roommates

After her long distance boyfriend, Mukesh, returns to India in hopes of marrying her, the commitment phobic Tanya suggests that they live together for some time to figure out if they are compatible to get married. 

Where to watch: TVF Play, MX Player

18. Mission Over Mars

Based on the story of all the work put into India’s Mars mission by female scientists at ISRO, Mission Over Mars is a celebration of their journey. Unlike its movie counterpart, the show solely focuses on the women themselves, the issues they face as women in the workplace, and their life outside of the office.

 

Where to watch: Zee5

19. The Aam Aadmi Family

With people from all ages and with suitably different personalities, the Sharma family is just like any other middle-class family in India. Tune in to The Aam Aadmi Family for a dose of home away from home. 

 

Where to watch: SonyLIV, TVFPlay

20. The Great Indian Dysfunctional Family

After an accident while on duty, General Vikramjeet Ranaut is honorably discharged from the army. Back at home, he prepares for a quiet, uneventful life – until one night his estranged brother of eight years comes back home with his life, causing a series of events that make the characters question the integrity of their relationships.

 

Where to watch: ALTBalaji

21. Home

As a typical middle class Indian family, the Sethis may not have too much, but they are content. However, things begin to go downhill when they’re served an eviction notice by the authorities, rendering them potentially homeless. The family of four must come together to do their best in these difficult times. 

 

Where to watch: ALTBalaji

22. Aarya

Starring Sushmita Sen as the titular protagonist, Aarya takes off after Aarya’s husband is murdered, and Aarya is caught off guard on discovering that her husband was part of an illegal drug syndicate. To protect her family, Aarya must take her husband’s position and look for those who killed him. The stellar performances from the cast make Aarya one of the best family friendly Indian web-series one can watch. 

 

Where to Watch: Disney+Hotstar

23. Sunflower

After a mysterious murder takes place in a housing society called Sunlower, Sonu, a naive resident of the building, unwittingly becomes its prime suspect. 

 

Where to watch: Zee5

24. The Reunion Season 2

An estranged family meets after a long time to pick up the broken pieces of their relationships after an emergent situation brings them together. 

 

Where to watch: YouTube

25. Aranyak

Starring Raveena Tandon in lead, Netflix’s Aranyak is Tandon’s big return to acting. In this enthralling whodunit, two police officers are tasked to find out the culprit of a grizzly murder. The world of Aranyak is haunted by a mythic beast, as well as the evils of corruption. 

Where to watch: Netflix

Did you like our list of family friendly Indian web-series? We have a whole lot of suggestions for Indian web series that you can enjoy!

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