11 International Award-Winning Indian Web-Series & Movies To Watch ASAP If You Haven’t Already

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There are many web series and movies that are must to watch. Many of them have won different awards. Here are 11 International Award Winning Indian movies and Web series:


1. Pareeksha and Nirvana Inn the film



Pareeksha is available on Zee5, a story of a rickshaw puller. And the Nirvana Inn the film is yet to release. But both of them are must watch and go watch Pareeksha till the release of Nirvana Inn.

2. The Family Man

The Family Man is an Amazon Prime original series. The main lead is played by Manoj Bajpayee, and it is one of the best roles he had played.

3. Delhi Crime

Delhi crime has become the first web series to won 48th International Emmy Award. It is directed by Richie Mehta, she is an Indian- Canadian director.

4. Four More Shots Please 2

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The very famous series Four More Shots please 2 released in April 2020. It has won Asian Big content awards at Busan fest.

5. Mai Ghat: Crime No. 103/2005

This film is inspired by murder of Udayakumar. His mother fought for his jsutice. For this movie Usha Jadhav has won the best female lead award.

6. The Disciple

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The movie has won the Award of best film at the Venice Film festival. And it is after 30 years that any Indian movie has won that award.

7. Puglya

For Puglya, the Malayali filmmaker has won many awards. The story revolves around a pug and two boys.

8. Eternal Canvas

It is a Bengali film that involes dance, music and much more.

9. Biriyaani

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Biriyaani is a Malayali movie. It revolves around a young muslim girl who breaks religious and social norms.

10. Gully Boy

Gully boy starring Ranveer singh and Alia bhatt is an award winning movie. It involves the story of a young struggling rapper who gains immense popularity.

11. The Sleepwalkers 

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It has won the award of Midnight Short. It was released this year only on an online streaming platform.


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