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Top Series Like ‘Jubilee’ That You Can Add To Your Watchlist

There is hardly a soul who is not drawn to the glitz and glamour of the show business. Amazon Prime’s latest series, “Jubilee,” brings forth the glamour of Indian films. The film is set during the partition and has created a mesmerizing aura. From set designs to costumes to makeup, everything seems to teleport you back to old age and witness the rise of the most alluring industry in India. In recent years, we have been gifted with several films and series that genuinely capture the past. “Jubilee” currently stands as one of the top-class representations of India during its independence.

However, the more we talk about the series, the more difficult it will be not to disclose spoilers. So, without further delay, here is a list of similar series like “Jubilee” that you must watch. These series are about the Bollywood film industry, both real and fictional, which will intrigue you more about the entire fraternity.


Masaba Masaba (2020)

There is hardly any Indian cinephile who hasn’t danced to the tune of “Choli Ke Peeche.” The peppy song is from the 1993 film “Khal Nayak,” directed by Subhash Ghai. In the song, you cannot miss Nina Gupta, the famous Bollywood actress who is famous for living her life on her own terms. The Netflix series “Masaba Masaba” is based on the life of her daughter, Masaba Gupta. The series gives you a chance to peep through the ajar door of the life of a Bollywood celebrity. Obviously, the series drops subtle hints about how the industry keeps the business up. So, bring out your secret stash of binge-worthy snacks and hit the play button.


The Fame Game (2022)

Madhuri Dixit is one of the brightest divas in the Bollywood industry. In the series “The Fame Game,” she unleashes her charm and hypnotizes the audience. The series is based on a Bollywood star, played by Madhuri Dixit, who goes missing. Although the series is not directly focused on real Bollywood, you can still get the idea. A missing celebrity seems to put a halt to the life of the many in Mumbai. This paints a clear picture, how the Indian audience puts celebrities right next to God. The subtle sarcasm of the storyline is hidden behind the dark motives of Bollywood’s glitz and glamor. But, if you love to know how celebrities live, you will surely enjoy the series.


Made In Heaven (2019)

If you are an Indian audience, you definitely know how passionate we are about celebrity marriages. Moving a few years back, we have “Virushka” (Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s wedding), which created a huge craze among fans. Recently, we witnessed Siddharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani’s wedding, creating a buzz on all social and mass media alike. “Made in Heaven” is a series based on two event planners who plan the weddings of high-class society and celebrities. However, the more closely the duo worked for them, the more they discovered the web of lies that the celebrities wear, like shields, while they are in front of cameras or other people.


Call My Agents (2021)

The series is based on the French series “Dix Pour Cent.” The series is about the lives of Bollywood agents and the relationships they share with actors, struggling actors, and other people in the film fraternity. The series rightly portrays the darkness of their job and simultaneously highlights the continuous pressure that they feel. To keep the film fraternity alive and healthy, the agents play a major role. The series, although a fantasy story, brings forth the elements that fuel the lives of Bollywood agents and the industry as a whole.


Ranjish Hi Sahi (2022)

This series takes you back to the 1970s. The series revolves around the extra marital affair of a Bollywood director with a famous star, which helps in flourishing the career of the director. The 1970s in Bollywood were a crucial period, and everyone was in a rush to reach the zenith and, in turn, did miserable things to themselves and to others. The series is streaming on “Voot” and very carefully plays with human sentiments of the age and has created a commendable aura of the period. The series highlights several dark notions about people at the top of the game but wraps them around beautifully in a “total filmy style” that the audience can appreciate. 


Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives (2020)

As the name suggests, the series is indeed about the rich lives of the wives of famous Bollywood celebrities. The show talks about wives, about whom we know very little. Most of the Indian audience is nosy, and they want to know everything about their favorite celeb’s personal life. Thus, with OTT platforms emerging, it was great to learn about the lives of the wives whose husbands had dominated the silver screen. A true, honest depiction of their personal struggles, turmoils, and happiness is showcased in this series.

Undoubtedly, this list provides an interesting choice of series if you are a Bollywood fan. So, enjoy your weekend as you dive deep into the non-stop Bollywood series.


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