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These individuals walk a fine line between two worlds, frequently with fascinating and dramatic results, ranging from superheroes adopting human identities to covert spies lurking in plain sight. These stories dive deeply into identity issues, personal secrets, and the unanticipated consequences of bringing two cultures together.

The Family Man

In the gripping series The Family Man on Prime Video, Manoj Bajpayee plays Srikant Tiwari, who leads a double life. He is an ordinary middle-class family guy during the day, but at night he is a secret agent of India’s National Investigation Agency. More intrigue and suspense are reportedly promised in the third season, which is supposed to allude to a connection between the COVID-19 epidemic and an attack on India’s north-eastern states.

Koel Malhotra Ki Secret Life 

Intriguing radio programme Koel Malhotra Ki Secret Life on Pocket FM presents listeners to Arpita, a lady living a secret life. Arpita’s journey, from her modest origins in Benaras to her marriage in Gurgaon, takes an unexpected turn. Arpita, who is dissatisfied with her loveless marriage, unintentionally transforms into Koel Malhotra, a well-known Radio Masti personality who gives advise to listeners. Arpita’s many personas, her battles to keep her marriage together, and her newfound celebrity as Koel are expertly interwoven in this radio series.

Dream Girl 1 and 2

In the comedy-drama Dream Girl, Karam (Ayushmann Khurrana), a gifted actor adept at emulating feminine voices, is followed. He accepts a unique position at a contact centre where he pretends to be “Pooja” in order to amuse customers and make money. With Karam balancing his dual image and coping with admirers and obstacles, the movie examines issues of identity, loneliness, and the unforeseen turns of life. The second, which was even more popular, carries on the same good times.


On Prime Video, the riveting Hindi-language crime drama Dahaad explores the world of double lives. Sonakshi Sinha’s character, Sub-Inspector Anjali Bhaati, discovers a terrifying mystery in the remote Rajasthani village of Mandawa. Twenty-seven women have inexplicably vanished around the state, yet nobody seems to care.


A unique cinematic experience is promised by the criminal drama Haddi on Zee5. With Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Anurag Kashyap, and Ila Arun playing key roles, the movie has a strong cast that enriches the story. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s amazing dual role in Haddi, one of which features a transgender character, is what makes the film stand out.