From Dekh Bhai Dekh to Tu Tu Main Main: We wish these TV shows are remade

Feb 16, 2018, 18:30 IST
  • From Dekh Bhai Dekh to Tu Tu Main Main: We wish these TV shows are remade

    Shrimaan Shrimati: Shrimaan Shrimati was one of the most progressive shows of the 90s. The show had a funny take on extra-marital relationships, starring Reema Lagoo, Archana Puran Singh, Rakesh Bedi and Jatin Kanakia. The new show will have an altogether new star cast but will retain the same director and will be titled as Shrimaan Shrimati Phir Se

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    Dekh Bhai Dekh: This show should have never ended. Dekh Bhai Dekh was a bitter-sweet story of a joint family that had a bunch of misfits, eccentric individuals, yet totally relatable to the life in the 90s

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    Flop Show: Late comedian Jaspal Bhatti's show was monikered as Flop Show, but it was a super hit series, which used to air on Doordarshan. The show gained a cult status over the years and is considered as one of the funniest shows ever on Indian television

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    Hip Hip Hurray: Hip Hip Hurray was an extremely endearing, coming-of-age romantic drama which aired on Zee Television. It dealt with several issues faced by teenagers such as drug abuse, romantic relationships, pre-marital sex etc. Quite ahead of time, we must say!

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    Hum Log: India's first soap opera, every character of the serial, which dealt with the trials and tribulations of a middle-class family, became a household name. Ashok Kumar's interactive narration at the end of every show added further charm to Hum Log

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    Wagle Ki Duniya: Anjan Srivastav brought issues of the common man into focus through Wagle Ki Duniya, adapted from the cartoons of R.K. Laxman. Shah Rukh Khan played a cameo in one of the episodes as well

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    Nukkad: Nukkad, directed by Saeed Mirza and Kundan Shah, depicted the woes of urban youngsters, who find it hard to make a living owing to volatile social and economic conditions. The nukkad (or the street corner) served as the place where all these people met and poured their hearts out to each other

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    Mungerilal Ke Haseen Sapne: In Mungerilal Ke Haseen Sapne, Mungerilal played by Raghubir Yadav is a small-time clerk who gets bossed around by his wife at home and by his boss at the office and his father-in-law too. Mungerilal overcomes all this by daydreaming. It was directed by Bollywood filmmaker Prakash Jha and written by Hey Ram, Appu Raja fame writer Manohar Shyam Joshi

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    Tu Tu Main Main: Yet another show featuring the late Reema Lagoo. Tu Tu Main Main was a show based on the legendary saas-bahu fights. However, in several episodes it showed both Supriya Pilgaonkar and Reema Lagoo being fond of each other and learning to co-exist

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    Ye Jo Hai Zindagi: A clean comedy, Ye Jo Hai Zindagi centered on the funny situations in the lives of Shafi Inamdar and Swaroop Sampat, who played husband and wife, and the latter's unemployed brother, portrayed by Rakesh Bedi

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    Zabaan Sambhal Ke: Zabaan Sambhal Ke, a desi version of Mind Your Tongue had mild political undertones, but nevertheless some hilarious gags from the cast. The show had characters hailing from different states and nationalities as well, and had to take Hindi lessons for their personal and professional lives

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  • From Dekh Bhai Dekh to Tu Tu Main Main: We wish these TV shows are remade

    Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin: Coming to the 2000s, Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin was one popular show of the era which was based on a Mexican show. The show had a cliched Plain Jane Jassi getting a makeover and becoming beautiful and winning over the heart of the man she loved. Nevertheless, the show was popular and won several awards

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    Khichdi: Khichdi, is yet another comedy which enjoyed a cult status for a long time. It was revamped and introduced later with Instant Khichdi and the makers also came up with a film - Khichdi: The Movie. Now, buzz is that Khichdi and Sarabhai vs Sarabhai will collaborate together for the upcoming season of 'Khichdi', which will air soon

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    Left Right Left: This was a unique concept back then when the show was introduced. Left Right Left starring Rajeev Khandelwal was based on Kanchanjunga Military Academy, where soldiers are trained to serve the nation

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    Remix: Remix, yet another show based on college life and coming-of-age teenagers, captured the pulse of the youngsters who attended a famous school. The show was an interesting take on how the students rebel against their families and teachers to form a music band Remix

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    Shararat: Shararat, a remake of the hit Hollywood show 'Sabrina The Teenage Witch', starred veteran actress Farida Jalal, Poonam Narula, Mahesh Thakur, Karanvir Bohra and the bubbly, Shruti Seth. What's special about the show's popularity was that despite initial competition from soap-operas, this fantasy-sitcom became a cult-classic

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    Swabhimaan: Swabhimaan directed by Mahesh Bhatt had some of the strongest female characters to have ever been shown on Indian television. Rohit Roy, Sandhya Mridul, Ashutosh Rana and Manoj Bajpayee started their Bollywood careers through this show

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About The Gallery

As 90s most popular sitcom – Shrimaan Shrimati - is all set to return to the small screens after 24 years, we list some iconic shows from the golden era of Indian television and some late 2000s shows as well that will take you on a nostalgic trip. We wish these shows to be remade as well (All pics/Youtube screengrabs)

 

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