These ads will certainly make you nostalgic
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These ads will certainly make you nostalgic

The unforgettable jingles and remarkable storytelling were hallmark of those advertisements

These ads will certainly make you nostalgic

A good advertisement always entices viewers to buy a specific product. Their on-screen presentation attracts the viewers. When the televisions made its way into homes, viewers were enchanted by many ads way back in the 80s and 90s. Many of the old advertisements became iconic. The unforgettable jingles and remarkable storytelling were the hallmark of those advertisements.

Who can forget the Lalitaji Surf ad, and the Rasna girl? Indeed, those days are over. But we still love those ads. We can happily sit and watch those iconic TV commercials. They always managed to bring a smile to our faces.

Take your seat as it’s time to be nostalgic.

Lijjjat Papad

Dogs and cats get the most internet love nowadays. However, in those days, a rabbit was put on a serious act. Freaky or not, this bunny knew how to sell papads. Recollect those iconic words, “Kurram Kurram Lijjat Papad.”

Hamara Bajaj

Bajaj Auto has always come up with good advertisements and they have always been favourites among viewers. Their ads always caught the attention of people throughout the 80s and 90s. “Naye Bharat Ki Nayi Taqdeer” to “Buland Bharat Ki Buland Tasveer,” their advertisements always struck a chord with the people in India.


Karen Lunel, the notable Liril young lady from the 1980s, consistently looked classy. The ad was launched in cinemas in 1975, but it got exposed to a much larger audience due to TV till 1985. Lunel revamped all promoting rules and broke into the pop culture scene, never to leave again and inspiring the upcoming generation of Liril girls including Bollywood actor Preity Zinta.

Hero Honda

Hero Honda said, “Fill it, shut it, forget it,” regarding its 100cc bike and encouraged riders to forget the heavy bikes like Bullets and Jawas with the assurance of a 65-70km mileage on a 4-stroke bike.


“Doodh Si Safedi Nirma Se Aaye Rangeen Kapda Bhi Khil Khil Jaye,” we always heard this jingle. Ask anybody who was around during the 80s and 90s, they would tell you about that iconic Nirma jingle.