7 Indian September 2022 Series We Can’t-Wait to Binge-Watch

September 2022 release : 7 series that you should not miss!


  • The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives’ Season 2 
  • ‘Jamtara’ Season 2 
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September 2022 rolls with exciting and new content for OTT lovers. Several web series have been released, and some are yet to be released this month, ensuring viewers have something to binge-watch every weekend. We have compiled a list that is sure to come in handy!

Scroll ahead to look at the web series releasing this month.

1.‘The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives’ Season 2 


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The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives is back for a second season of sarcasm, banter, and drama. Featuring Neelam Kothari, Seema Sajdeh, Maheep Kapoor, and Bhavana Panday. To agree or not, this show is a guilt trip for most OTT lovers. A sneak peek into a celebrity’s life will keep you entertained from start to end. The series is already streaming on September 2 on Netflix. So, if you haven’t watched it, what are you waiting for Christmas?

2. ‘Jamtara’ Season 2 


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A realistic, gripping portrayal of India’s cyber scams returns a second time after receiving praise in its first. The show, which navigates the lives of Jamtara natives, will see the characters fighting back and establishing their presence in this ensemble series. The Netflix series will be released on September 23.

3. ‘Devlok with Devdutt Pattanaik’ Season 3

Helmed by well-known mythologist and author Devdutt Pattanaik, the new season will see a series of fascinating discussions between host Rasika Duggal. Exploring and interpreting the questions from within Hindu mythology, the new season will take audiences on a fascinating tour through the countless symbols, stories, and rituals that form the basis of Hindu culture. It will be released on September 16 only on Discovery+.

4. ‘Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya’ 

The series starring Tisca Chopra as an IAS officer, questions Indian society’s blind superstitions and faith. Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya will stream at Disney+Hotstar on December 16.

5. Indian Predator: The Diary of a Serial Killer


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Netflix debuted its Indian true-crime documentary series Indian Predator in July. Now, its season is out that focuses on Raja Kolander, an alleged cannibal with a kill count of more than 15 people. When he killed a journalist, his diary came to the forefront, revealing his previous crimes in shocking detail.

The horrific documentary is available on Netflix.

6. Jogi

Set amidst the bloody anti-Sikh riots of 1984 in India, Jogi revolves around the subject of brotherhood, courage, humanity, tragedy, communalism, and hope. It follows 3 friends of different faiths who join hands for a noble life-threatening cause of saving hundreds of their own. The series is blessed with an ensemble cast including Daljit Dosanjh, Hiten Tejwani, and Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub, Saurabh Chauhan, Neelu Kohli, Amyra Dastur, Kumud Mishra, Paresh Pahuja, Mikhail Yawalkar, and many more. Jogi will be an OTT release on September 16 on Netflix.

7. Babli Bouncer

Have you heard of any female bouncers? Well, if not, then meet Babli, bouncer. We have finally got a glimpse into Tamannaah Bhatia’s upcoming comedy-drama flick Babli Bouncer! The film is touted to be a fictional coming-of-age story about a female bouncer set in the actual “bouncer town” of India, Asola-Fatehpur Beri. Moreover, the film will explore an all-new avatar of the actor who will essay one of her most varied characters. The Madhur Bhandarkar directorial is coming on September 23 on Disney+ Hotstar.

So, Block your weekend with all September 2022 series.

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