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Best Hindi Action Web Series – You Cannot Miss Any!

Best Hindi Action Web Series - For That Ultimate Adrenaline Rush!

Dear Diary,

After a long day, I decided to immerse myself in the world of high-octane drama and thrilling action. But this evening, I reached for the remote with a specific craving: the pulsating heart of a Hindi action web series.

It’s a genre that’s exploded in richness and quality, especially over the past few years. As I now recline, the adrenaline still coursing through my veins from the latest episode binge, I feel compelled to scribble down some thoughts on the best Hindi action web series that have captured my attention and, quite frankly, my awe.

Best Hindi Action Web Series You Must Watch Once!

Saas, Bahu Aur Flamingo

This series had to be first on the list because it is an acting powerhouse. An unconventional title already grabbed my attention, but this series offers a quirky yet thrilling look at the complex dynamics of family and crime.

It’s a blend that resonates oddly with the humor amidst the chaos, making it a unique entrant in the action genre. Yes, stalwarts like Dimple Kapadia, Angira Dhar, and Radhika Madaan have nailed it in the series. What women can do for survival is something you must witness in this high-octane web series. The action is mind-blowing, and the constant twists are riveting.


Another woman-centric series that I adore entirely is Aarya. Portrayed by Sushmita Sen, I have seen a different side of her. She was always into these serious roles with no action at all.

But in this series, the transformation of Aarya (Sen) from a protective mother to a fierce protector of her family’s illicit empire is nothing short of captivating. The tension in each episode kept me clenched, wondering just how far she’d go to keep her children safe.


Pankaj Tripathi is a superstar, and this web series has proved his worth. And his portrayal is beautifully complemented by actors Ali Fazal, Divyenndu, Shweta Tripathi, and Vikrant Massey. The raw power struggle and the lawless land of Mirzapur had me on the edge of my seat from the get-go.

The series masterfully portrays a world where power and guns speak louder than words, and loyalty is as fickle as a coin flip. It’s an intense ride through the bylanes of a town that’s almost a character in itself.

Sacred Games

I was never a fan of Saif Ali Khan, but this series made me fall in love with his acting. This series was a game-changer in more ways than one. And I am sure that all the actors and the makers equally changed the face of OTT.

It’s not just the narrative of Mumbai’s underbelly that’s gripping but also the profound philosophies that underpin it. Sartaj Singh (played by Saif Ali Khan) chase to unravel what’s at stake for the city is interlaced with action sequences that are as thought-provoking as they are visceral.

Family Man

Then there’s the Family Man, which melds relatable domesticity with the thrills of anti-terrorism. Watching Srikant Tiwari navigate the duality of his life is a roller coaster that blends action with moments of unexpected humor and tenderness.

Every frame and scene is unique, and every scene will surely give you goosebumps.

Special Ops

Diary, if you’re talking about a series that combines intelligence with action, “Special Ops” is a name I can’t overlook. Following Himmat Singh, played by Kay Kay Menon, pursuit of a single terrorist mastermind over the course of several years, this show unfolds like a chess game, with moves and countermoves that keep you guessing.

Bard of Blood

Espionage takes a poetic turn in “Bard of Blood.” I saw Emraan Hashmi on screen after a very long time. And he has done justice to the character. The blend of action with the main character’s love for literature and his complex past made for a refreshing, intelligent, and adrenaline-pumping narrative.


Mohit Raina is genuinely one of my favorite actors. When it comes to action, he is just perfect for the role. And in this series, too, he doesn’t disappoint an inch. This series is a gripping tale of a mercenary navigating the criminal underworld. Its action sequences are as slick as they are smart, portraying a protagonist whose skills are as sharp as his wit.

The Night Manager

This series is a blend of hotness and action. Hotness comes in the form of Aditya Roy Kapoor and believe me, Anil Kapoor is no less. And what do I say about the series? It’s outstanding. The blend of action and thriller is one cannot miss. The surprise package in this series is Tillotama Shome, who is just as outstanding as the other star cast. I can literally binge watch this series.

Guns and Gulaabs

The newest entrant in the world of OTT is “Guns and Gulaabs.” This series by Raj & DK is an incredible series based on the 90s world of crime. The retro aesthetic is just the backdrop for a story rife with dark humor and action. A balance of nostalgia and novelty makes for an engaging watch.

And what do I say about the cast? It has a top-notch cast, including Rajkummar Rao, Dulquer Salman, Gulshan Devaiah, and Adarsh Gourav. Imagine what power-packed the series is!

Rana Naidu

I always considered Venkatesh Daggubati, a chocolate hero who is busy wooing girls and dancing around the trees. He must have done action films, but personally, I am unaware of them. So, his ruthless portrayal in this series with so much swearing was a big surprise for me.

Furthermore, his acting is complemented by stalwarts like Rana Daggubatti, Sushant Singh, Abhishek Banerjee, and Surveen Chawla, who have done a fantabulous job. The gritty streets, darker corners, and crime world are laid bare in “Rana Naidu.” It’s action-packed and intense, with characters that exude a menacing charm hard to find elsewhere.


This is Sonakshi Sinha’s first OTT outing; she has done a marvelous job. The series is inspired by Inspired by Mohan Kumar, who killed women looking for marriage. And the portrayal of his serial killer is portrayed by Vijay Verma, who has done an outstanding job.

Interestingly, the sound of “Dahaad” is a thunderous clap in the quiet night — a series that’s as much a psychological thriller as an action spectacle. It’s an actual edge-of-your-seat experience that left me breathless at its intensity.


“Aranyak” presents a misty, mysterious setting where the action is physical and intensely psychological. A teenage girl is raped, and what follows next is a series of events that forces two upright officers to battle their own demons as well. It’s an amalgamation of folklore and suspense that’s hauntingly beautiful.

On a parting note…

As my thoughts spill onto this page, I am grateful for this series’s diverse narratives. They have expanded my understanding of the breadth of Indian storytelling, where action is not just gunfights and fistfights but also the intense drama of human emotions played out against a backdrop of cultural richness.

The night is quiet now, Diary, but my mind is anything but. These series have left an indelible mark, showing me the pulsating heart of Indian action storytelling, where every punch and every plot twist is a story in itself.

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