Today we are going to list the top most popular anime series available in India. The list has anime which are legally available in India. Let’s start!!
Naruto is one of the most popular and well-loved anime series all around the world and even the same for Indian audiences. The anime brings a lot of memorable childhood memories.
The original Naruto anime aired from 2002 to 2007, and Naruto: Shippuden followed from 2007 to 2017. The show is set in the made-up anime universe of Shinobi, where Naruto trains under the guidance of his friends and other masters to become a master ninja. Chakra energy is used to power the Ninja combat manoeuvres.
The show is an engaging experience for all ages, dealing with themes including strong relationships with friends and family, treachery, and overcoming challenging circumstances.
- Death Note
The series is based on Light Yagami, a gifted high school student who discovers a notebook that, when names are written in it, can kill people.
The mystery and horror aspects present in the programme significantly contribute to its appeal. It appeals to both Japanese and foreign audiences. The very short story is told over the course of less than 40 episodes, which helps to keep it on topic and on track without deviating excessively as is customary with longer series.
- Re:Zero: Beginning Life in a Different World
Re:Zero standouts quite straightforward but gradually develops into a show focused on time loops, character growth, and original villains. The quest isn’t linear, and once reset, time loops don’t always take the expected course.
Subaru, the main character, is thrust into the fantasy setting of Isekai, where his adventures begin following a chance meeting with Emilia, the heroine. It has a lot of comic undertones because Subaru, an anime enthusiast, tries to foresee everything that will happen to him at first using what he has learned from watching anime. But for him, things don’t work out this way.
- One piece
The show recounts the exploits of Monkey D. Luffy and his band of pirates. They look for the greatest riches that the renowned pirate Gold Roger left behind. The name of the anime, “One Piece,” is taken from this prize.
Many people love the show. It’s true, and I wholeheartedly concur. However, it doesn’t personally fit the affinity and preference I have for the shows on my list. The part that most frustrates me about it is that it keeps running, even after 20 years. That demonstrates its tenacity, but this is when it loses me.
Satoru, now 29, travels back in time about 18 yetot to stop his mother’s passing when he was a teenager. His journey began after a string of kidnappings when he was in the fifth grade.
The show is tediously slow, but it’s worth it. The premise may not be true, but Satoru portrays his problems and emotions in a very genuine manner, touching on social issues and everyday struggles.