16 Web Series
NBA X UBER presents Hoop Nation – a 4 part lyrical docu-series that will take you on a very special ride. A journey of discovering 4 powerful human stories and how their passion for basketball has redefined cultural narratives; empowered many to consistently #moveforward with hope and resilience, no matter what the challenges.
The Music Room hosts the latest indie artists, bridging the gap between the artists and audience, giving the world a chance to discover the next big thing. Together with musicians from all over the country, we seek to celebrate and embrace good music. Watch Vaibhav Bundhoo interview Indian artists in TVF’s new music show in
A short one minute minute profile of the India’s newest and leading rappers, MCs and other hip-hop artists, in the partnership with Gully Boy, this is Voice of the Streets and they’ve got something to say.
A musical reality show that actually lets you sing in Shahrukh’s new film? Is this a dream? No, it means you have ARRived. In India’s first Youtube Originals web series, watch the stalwarts of Indian contemporary music A. R. Rahman, Shah Rukh Khan, Shaan, Clinton Cerejo and Vidya Vox pick out the best of the
Four boys labeled good-for-nothing losers by their town Sirsa get together to form a band. Unbeknownst to them, their harmless music evolves into statements of political oppression and turns these boys into National heroes. Watch them get ‘Banned’ in this new web series by Viu.
India’s foremost musicians lock themselves in time, 24 hours to be exact and create new music videos in that time. Watch how they do it in ‘Lockdown’ featuring artists such as Badshah, Kailash Kher, Raftaar, Sachin-Jigar collaborating with digital sensations like Jonita Gandhi, Shirley Setia, T Bridge.
The maestro himself A R Rahman takes you on a musical journey in this web series to discover the hidden musical traditions, instruments and techniques that they’ve employed to create music for centuries. Watch how he explores this and learns from it to create something new in Amazon Prime’s ‘Harmony’