Daily Shows of The ’90s That Everyone Remembers Even Today

Daily Shows of The ’90s That Everyone Remembers Even Today

There was a paradigm shift in the Indian television viewership in the ‘00s when the shows kept lingering on and on and on. In this era when saas-bahu saga ruled the little screen, there were some shows that you should definitely be remembering.

  •    Who can ever forget the title song of Sanjivani and that super hot Mohnish Behl?

  •    The anchor of Sansani, Shrivardhan Trivedi is always remembered for his quirky style of hosting. He anchored 2700 episodes in his peculiar style.

  •    Who didn’t fall in love with a chubby Gattu who was so-so innocent

  •    The prime time reality show on Sony with all inmates fighting for the top spot week after week.

  •    The model talent search show that was premiered in 2004 and lasted for five successful seasons kept the audience glued to their television sets.

  •    The television dance competition series judged by Jaffrey brothers started way back in 1996 and its popularity led to the making of 7 seasons with the last one completed just three years back.

  •    The Indian fantasy sitcom with three generations residing under the same roof was enough to lift up your mood instantly.

  •    Kids favourite Sona Aunty was always there to rescue Frooti irrespective of whatever she does.

  •    No one can forget the Crime reporter with its famous line “Chain se sona hai toh jaag jaao”

  •    The Indian version of Ugly Betty was quite popular with people eventually falling in love with Jassi a character played by Mona Singh.

  •    Watching Takeshi’s Castle where Japanese contestants keep falling over trying various ridiculous tasks kept you in splits especially with Javed Jaffrey’s humorous narration in the background.

  •     Hosted by Neena Gupta in her stern style this show had contestants answering questions while at the same time trying to eliminate each other.

 

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