Nifty future involves more risk as compared to nifty option (call put), most of the traders as attracted towards nifty options. If you apply technical analysis on nifty options then it won’t work, support and resistance may go wrong. So instead of performing analysis on nifty option trader must look at nifty future, then depending on the analysis and risk traders can choose to go with nifty call option or put option. It’s like you check nifty future charts and if there is uptrend you will quickly buy nifty call option by selecting proper strike price and stop loss must be placed with risk reward ratio of at least 1:2. In a downtrend on nifty future charts you will trade nifty put option again with same set of rule which we used for nifty call option. Professional traders rarely are on the long side of index options, most of them are option writers. Be cautious because about 90% of nifty option (call put) expires worthless and people who make money are those option writers (short sellers).