As a 90â€™s kid there are a few TV shows that have a special place in our memories. Here is a list of all these TV shows that will definitely make you feel nostalgic. Check it out
The â€™90s was an era of amazing cult movies and TV shows that made us stick to the television screen for hours together. We saw everything that was shown to us on the 32-inch screen and honestly, it was the best experience ever. Friends and family came together under one roof to see all the cult TV shows of the â€˜90s. They were funny, romantic and in the true sense – memorable. Each show had a different plot line and for some of them, it didnâ€™t even feel practical. Here, let us remind you of the cult kids show, Shaka Laka Boom Boom.Â
With that as nostalgic thought, here is a list of all the cult TV shows that shaped our childhood:
The plot of Shararat is based on a magical family where three generations of captivating women have inherited supernatural powers and practice imperfect witchcraft. These magical beings now have to deal with the normal world problem and watching them do that was the best thing ever.Â
Shaka Laka Boom Boom:
Magic played a major part in some of these childhood shows. Shaka Laka Boom Boom was loosely based on â€˜Sanjuâ€™ who had a magic pencil through which everything that he drew would come to life. The central character also deals with cult villains who try to steal the pencil from him.Â
Karishma Kaa Karishma:
Karishma Kaa Karishma is an Indian television series which is a remake of the 1980s American TV series Small Wonder. The story revolves around a scientist, Vikram, who designs a very lifelike robot. His goal is to find out if the robot (Karishma) will become more human-like as time goes on. While the nosy neighbours create a problem in Vikramâ€™s family, Karishma saves the day by solving the family’s problem in every episode.
Sarabhai vs Sarabhai:
This TV series is about the Gujarati family known as the Sarabhais. The family who lives in a luxury apartment building and later in penthouses in the upmarket Cuffe Parade area of South Mumbai derive a lot of comedy from the fake, artificial and shallow interactions among the city’s elite and their perceived notions of the shortcomings and failings of middle-class society.
Unlike other Hindi sitcoms, which continuously air throughout the year, Khichdi is one of the earliest shows on Indian television to adopt the Western model of appearing in seasons. Khichdi is based onÂ Gujarati family who moves to Bombay and their lack of experience is what makes their interactions funny. The joint family encounters many typically Indian situations, but they try to solve it in the most atypical fashion imaginable. This is a funny bunch of people that are firmly united in their movement to get separated.Â
Hum Paanch will make you laugh in fits. It is based on a middle-class white-collar worker, Anand Mathur, who always finds himself in trouble because of his five daughters â€” Meenakshi, Radhika, Sweety, Kajal, and Chhoti. Together, the five girls plan to do something new in every episode. Anand’s first wife (who is dead) speaks to him through her portrait on the living room wall. The show was a runabout success, helping to establish Zee TV.
Dill Mill Gayye:
One of the most romantic shows of the old times, Dill Mill Gayye was set in a hospital. it was based on the interpersonal relationships of young interns and their journey throughout. Dr Armaan Malik and Dr Riddhima Gupta were one of the most shipped couples amongst all the television series.Â
Miley Jab Hum Tum:
Samrat, Gunjan, Nupur and Mayank were amongst the favourites of the young teens. The show begins at Excel College and the journey of love and friendship that grows between the four of them over the years.Â
Just thinking about these shows have made s nostalgic of the olden times. What was your favourite TV series back then? Let us know in the comments section below.