Listicles 10 Indian romantic web series to make you swoon

10 Indian romantic web series to make you swoon

Due to the impact of COVID-19, web series have become an escape for many for entertainment and nostalgia. With theatres still being shut during lockdown, web originals have been giving us our dose of romantic tales with sweet stories, first-time crushes and characters in love.

We bring you a roundup of all romance-based series that depict the ups and downs of every relationship.

Broken But Beautiful  

Available on: ALTBalaji and ZEE5

The story of Veer (Vikrant Massey) and Sameera (Harleen Sethi) starts off from heartbreaks they both faced. The romantic drama then revolves around the comfort and love they both find in one another. Their story takes a turn when someone new joins Veer’s life. 

The show is set for a new cast in the upcoming season.

Permanent Roommates

Available on: TVFPlay


This is one for all long-distance lovers. While Mikesh (Sumeet Vyas) and Tanya (Nidhi Singh) navigate through the transition of long distance to living together, this series will take you on a comical journey of all the ups and downs almost all couples go through when they first start living together. 


Available on: TVFPlay and MXPlayer

Neel (Jitendra Kumar) and Sameera’s (Akanksha Thakur) romantic life seems to be going downhill till one night a drunk Sameera decides to bring home a golden retriever. With their furry friend being the “goodest boi”, the couple learns unconditional love and finding joy in each other’s company.


Available on: TVFPlay and MXPlayer

Trust FLAMES to take you down the memory lane of high school crushes and first loves set in New Delhi. Starring Ritvik Sahore and Tanya Maniktala, this series is a teen romantic comedy at its best as it takes you through the love story of tuition batch mates Rajat and Ishika.

Little Things

Available on: Netflix

An everyday story of Dhruv (Dhruv Sehgal) and Kavya (Mithila Palkar) depicts the tale of a young, unmarried couple living together in Mumbai. They go through the complexities of careers, friendships, aspirations and more while taking time out to celebrate the little things in their life.


Available on: ALTBalaji and ZEE5

Baarish is led by Sharman Joshi and Asha Negi as they depict the romantic story of a Gujarati businessman Anuj and a saleswoman Gauravi – two people who come from different backgrounds but unexpectedly find love in one another after their paths are crossed.

The story then moves forward with everything that fate has in store for this “ordinary couple”.

It Happened in Calcutta

Available on: ALTBalaji and ZEE5

Set in the 1960’s Calcutta, this retro love story is of Kusum (Naghma Rizwan) – a young girl with dreams of being the first female doctor in her city and Ronobir (Karan Kundrra) – a cocky, privileged boy from her college.

Between the cholera epidemic and the 1970’s war, the series depicts “a love blooming amidst tragedy”.

Bang Baaja Baraat

Available on: YouTube

This show brings all kinds of chaos to the scene when Pawan Sharma (Ali Fazal) decides to marry Shahana Arora (Angira Dhar).

Rightly called “a comedy of errors”, Bang Baaja Baarat takes the audiences on a journey of what happens when a boy from a conservative, traditional family plans a wedding with a girl from a liberal, unorthodox family.


Available on: YouTube and Facebook

Firsts S1 take you on a romantic journey of a first relationship between school kids Apoorva Arora and Rohan Shah.

The second season takes on the relationship of a real-life couple Kriti Vij (Tanya) and Pranay Manchanda (Aman) as they meet on a a dating app and take their relationship ahead with virtual dates and gestures during lockdown.

College Romance

Available on: YouTube

This web series shows the romantic life and drama of three college best friends Karan (Keshav Sadhna), Trippy (Manjot Singh) and Naira (Apoorva Arora) as they venture out in college and find partners for themselves giving the audiences three “ridiculous love stories” to watch.

It’s a tough time for people everywhere as they learn to navigate their lives around global lockdown.

Adding these romantic web series to your binge list will bring in a light-hearted, relatable and nostalgic vibe packed with positivity – which might be exactly what you need during this pandemic.

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