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Let’s Rewind to 90’s and remember the golden days

So you might be missing watching good TV shows, right? If you are in your 30’s right now you would be missing the old 90’s TV shows. The amount of dedication you would show to watch those famous TV shows back to back on Doordarshan.

Here are some of the 90’s TV shows that will take you back to your older days:

  1. Shrimaan Shrimati

Shrimaan Shrimati is hindi sitcom that was aired on doordarshan in 1994. Jatin Kanakia, Rakesh Bedi, Reema Lagoo and Archana Puran Singh were in the lead role. The show was by Rajan Waghdhare and produced by Gautam Adhikari and Markand Adhikari. The story was based on plot “love thy neighbor’s wife”.

2. Byomkesh Bakshi

This was a detective thriller show back in 1993. It was based on Byomkesh Bakshi character created by Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay. Byomkesh is a Bengali Detective who is a truth seeker and takes on spine-chilling cases with his sidekick Ajitkumar Banerji. He find himself as Satyanweshi meaning ‘truth seeker’ rather than a detective.

3. Mahabharat

This is an Indian epic that was aired in the year 1988 based on the ancient epic. It was ninety four long episode. The title song consisted of lyrical content and two verses from the Bhagavad Gita.. The title song was sung and the verses rendered by singer Mahendra Kapoor.

4. Malgudi Days

Malgudi Days is a short story collection by R.K. Narayan. The series was directed by Kannada actor and director Shankar Nag. Carnatic musician L. Vaidyanathan. Malgudi Days, A Horse and Two Goats, An Astrologer’s Day and Other Short Stories, as well as the novels Swami and Friends, and The Vendor of Sweets were showed through the 2 seasons with 13 long episodes.

5. Wagle ki Duniya

This Indian sitcom was aired on DD National from 1988 to 1990.The story is set around a everyday struggles of sales clerk. Srinivas Wagle, who lived with prudence of a middle class person of the time. The King Bollywood “Sharukh Khan” also made a special appearance in the show. Before debuting in the TV series.

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