SonyLIV, the video on demand service by Sony Pictures, has some reason to celebrate. The OTT platform is celebrating 5 years, being launched in January 2013. And during this duration, the platform has been putting together some path breaking and extremely entertaining content.
Taking cognisance of that awesome entertainment, TheDigitalHash.com has zeroed in on 5 SonyLIV web series that have made the platform stand out. Read on:
Black Coffee: TV Producer Yash Patnaik roped in television’s hot properties – Param Singh and Harshita Gaur – for his web series titled Black Coffee. It is a romantic series where Param plays a best-selling novelist, looking for some inspiration, while Harshita plays an investment banking professional. The series is simple, yet effective and the chemistry between Param and Harshita makes for a great watch.
Virgin Woman Diaries: Kabir Sadanand tried to discuss a taboo, sans any unnecessary drama. Virgin Woman Diaries is about an eighteen year old girl trying to lose her virginity to her shy boyfriend. Amit Behl and Delnaz Irani play the parents of this girl, essayed by Archita Agarwal. You can read our review here
Kacho Papad Pako Papad: SonyLIV’s first ever regional series, tells the story of a young man who’s fallen in love with a woman seven years his senior, which in itself is a revolutionary concept. The series brought the routine portrayal of a Gujarati family online on a national platform.You can read our review here
New Year Ek Nayi Shuruaat: The short film celebrated the New Year fervor in the most infectious manner. The film centers around 7 different characters facing problem in their lives, and their stories are intertwined. It talks of everyone playing a part in the story written by the universe, and problems being a stepping stone for the bigger picture of life. You can read our review here
The Gift: With a cast of actors like Mandira Bedi, Gul Panag and Kushal Punjabi, The Gift is a well made film. It is an edge-of-the-seat thriller which describes the complexities of contemporary relationships. And there’s an exciting climax too, after the entire thrill. You can read our review here
Here’s wishing SonyLIV has many more celebrations in the future. Cheers!