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Television Shows We Desperately Miss From Our Childhood

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Most of our childhood memories revolve around watching shows on the television such as Malgudi Days, Jungle Book, Shaktiman, Ramayan, Tom and Jerry and Popeye The Sailor Man.

Over the years, most of these shows have gradually disappeared but they have managed to carve a niche in the hearts of audiences with gripping storylines and entertaining acts.

Go through this ClipBook to relive the memories of some of our all-time favourite Indian TV shows.

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Ramayan

It was the first ever Ramayana series aired on television and captured every viewer’s heart. Indian television and its popularity have been the centre of attraction for not only the people of India but also throughout the world.

Tom And Jerry

The Tom and Jerry Kids Show is an animated television series, co-produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and Turner Entertainment, starring cat-and-mouse duo Tom and Jerry as children (kitten and baby mouse). The show premiered in 1990 and continued...

Street Hawk

Knight Rider on a motorcycle is the best way to describe the short-lived 1985 television show Street Hawk. Jesse Mach (Rex Smith, As the World Turns), an ex-motorcycle cop, is recruited to uphold justice driving a powerful motorcycle named Street ...

Mahabharat

It is an Indian epic poem considered as the best from all TV series. Mahabharat series was aired on Doordarshan from 1988 to 1990.

Vikram Aur Betaal

Vikram Aur Betaal was a television programme that aired on DD National. The series contained stories from Indian mythology that aim at teaching kids life lessons while entertaining them. The concept of the program was based on Baital Pachisi, a co...

Alif Laila

Alif Laila was a famous adventurous television series which was based on the famous Arabic novel “Thousand and One Nights”. It was produced under the banner of a famous Indian production firm Sagar Films. This show was broadcast in different count...

Small Wonder

In the early 1980s, Leeds came up with an idea about a child robot who slowly adopts human traits, which he intended to be broadly written and performed for his intended audience of children.

Shaka Laka Boom Boom

The story revolves around the central character Sanju(Kinshuk Vaidya) finding a magic pencil, which has the ability to bring things drawn with it to life. The show, spread over four seasons, deals with the consequences of the abilities of the magi...

Chandrakanta

If you ask any kid or teenager about one television serial that kept them captivated for months at an end, the chances are high that you will get to hear the name “Chandrakanta” more than often.

Nukkad

Nukkad is a name of an old television serial which aired on the Indian TV channel DD National in the later years of the 1980s. The main story of this serial was written by Prabodh Joshi and it was the most popular drama on this Indian television c...

Surabhi

Surabhi, a famous Indian show hit the screens of Indian television long ago. The show was very interesting and earned a lot of appreciation from everyone.

Johnny Sokko And His Flying Robot

Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot, which was a Japanese series (originally titled Giant Robot) that ran for 26 episodes in the late sixties.

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