15+ Indian Web Series Actors Who Are Absolutely Crush Worthy

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Web series are fantastic, and we all enjoy watching them. They have far superior plotlines and reviews than some of the best Bollywood movies.

The actors listed below are some of our favourites from the web series, and we can’t help but be hopelessly smitten with them:

1. Shreya Dhanwanthary

Initially an engineer, Shreya Dhanwanthary later changed her career to acting. In both Lady’s Room and The Reunion, she excels in the role of the stern but rational friend. All of her subsequent internet series, including Scam 1992, The Family Man, and Mumbai Diaries 26/11, have achieved enormous success.

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2. Eisha Chopra

Since she appeared in What The Folks, where she co-starred with Sumeet Vyas in Official CEOgiri, Eisha Chopra has become a fan favourite. Eisha’s performance in Neerja is a wonderful example of how, despite having little on-screen time, she has always found a way to shine. She has also contributed to other web shows like What The Folks, P.O.W. Bandi Yuddh Ke, and Out Of Love.

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3. Ayush Mehra

He could not possibly have been overlooked when compiling this list. He is currently FilterCopy’s “star boy.” Despite the fact that he presumably gets many proposals every day, his 10-year relationship simply gets in the way. PFA, Operation MBBS, Minus One, and other well-known online series where he worked are only a few examples.

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4. Barkha Singh

She is an animal activist in addition to being way too talented, a fantastic performer, and crush-worthy. She has starred alongside Ayush in online series including PFA, Engineering Girls, and Home Sweet Office and was stunning in each of those.

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5. Srishti Srivastava

The person who was frequently referred to as “jhalli” in the web series soon associated themselves with that persona. She is such a skilled actor that she has also acted in a number of Bollywood movies, including Gully Boy, OK Jaanu, Gulabo Sitabo, and others. She has participated in a number of web series, including Girls Hostel and P.A. Gals.

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6. Dhruv Sehgal

The creator of skits like Confusing Things Girlfriends Says and Annoying Things Boyfriends Do, as well as one of the most well-known boyfriends on the Internet with Little Things, is Dhruv Sehgal. The only thing that links his on-screen and real-life identities are his shy smile!
Your girlfriend is no longer your girl if she is watching Little Thing; she is now Dhruv’s mom.

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7. Kriti Vij

As Tara in Baked, Kriti represented the antithesis of the stereotypical female leads in Hindi television shows. And because they saw themselves in her, the crowd was astounded by her. Since then, Kriti, an actor and interior designer, has appeared in other sketches. Her Baked co-star Pranay Manchanda and she are married!

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8. Isha Talwar

Isha Talwar, who started her career with the movie Tubelight, has acted in a variety of movies and web series, such as Kaalakandi, Home Sweet Office, and Mirzapur. Personally, we can’t wait to watch her in future roles with greater weight.

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9. Mithila Palkar

From her first performances in Girl in the City and Little Things, Mithila Palkar, probably one of the most successful web series actresses, has been stealing fans’ hearts. Since then, she has made appearances in movies like Chopsticks, Karwaan, and Tribhanga, inspiring even more admiration in people. She is not only a fantastic actor but also a gifted vocalist.

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10. Angira Dhar

We could all relate to the vivacious and open-minded fiancée in Band Bajaa Baraat. Then, Angira Dhar appeared in Love per Square Foot as a professional woman, leaving us wishing there would be more of her appearances in the show’s episodes.

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11. Sumeet Vyas

Since playing Mikesh in Permanent Roommates, Sumeet Vyas, one of the most well-known web series actors of all time, has had a particular place in our hearts. He has contributed writing, hosting, and acting to Veere Di Wedding, and he has never failed to amuse us.

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12. Naveen Kasturia

Pitchers, in which he played the aspiring kid, gave him an overnight sensation, but it was his beaming face that won our hearts. Pitchers and Aspirants’ protagonist Naveen Kasturia continues to impress with his abilities.

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13. Naveen Polishetty

His grooved grin has captured hearts in every video he has appeared in. He started with AIB doodles, and his dramatic outbursts became instantly popular. He made his Hindi cinema debut with Chhichhore and once more dazzled the audience.

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14. Aahana Kumra

Whether it is in the thought-provoking movie Lipstick Under My Burkha or the amusing web comedy Official Chukyagiri, Aahana Kumra succeeds at playing strong female characters. What endeared her to fans were her daring roles.

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15. Sunny Kaushal

Being connected to Vicky Kaushal, who played him in Official Chukyagiri, was his most notable quality. By the end of the series, everyone was mesmerised by his inherent goodness and his ability to play the stereotypical character of a small-town ambitious teenager trying to make it big in the city of dreams. His performances in Gold and Shiddat are now talked about everywhere.

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16. Sapna Pabbi

She has appeared in both television programmes and internet series, and she is endearing in every role she plays. She gives the character in her most recent web series, The Reunion, a vibrant and upbeat air that further enhances her on-screen attractiveness.

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17. Aisha Ahmed

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The Internet is currently obsessed with Aisha Ahmed, the actress Rukhsar Rehman’s daughter. Aisha Ahmed has demonstrated that she is the best person to play the character of today’s modern woman thanks to her countless appearances in comedic and romantic sketches and her flawless performance in the web series Adulting.

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