Nostalgia Alert: These TV Shows from Late 90s and Early 2000s are Still Iconic
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Nostalgia Alert: These TV Shows from Late 90s and Early 2000s are Still Iconic

Dekho aayi aayi aayi.. Sona son pari aayi....We'll take the name, and you'll be singing the song's

Nostalgia Alert: These TV Shows from Late 90s and Early 2000s are Still Iconic

When reminiscing about the shows that many of us watched in the early 2000s, the expression "old is gold" comes to mind. All of these shows, from Shaka Laka Boom Boom to Khichdi, were treasures of television that viewers of all ages enjoyed. Here are some beloved shows that captured the hearts of viewers:


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Shaktimaan became India's first superhero, and the show's engaging plot won over viewers once again during the lockdown. Mukesh Khanna, who played Shaktimaan and his alter-ego Gangadhar, became a fan favorite, even among younger audiences.

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Shararat was able to enchant viewers at home, particularly younger ones. The show featured magic shows that were entertaining and guaranteed to put a smile on the audience's faces. Saasu Maa and Damad provided delicious nok-jhok, and the fantastical show about a family with supernatural abilities was both hilarious and heartwarming. The bond between Jia and Aditi was the only thing anyone cared about.

Shaka Laka Boom Boom

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This show was so convincing that it probably made you believe in a magic pencil that could transform ordinary sketches into works of art, to the point where you probably looked for it at local office supply stores. The adventures of the title character, Sanju, played by Kinshuk Vaidya, kept young viewers enthralled for nearly four seasons.

Karishma Kaa Karishma

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Kids everywhere asked their parents for a robot just like Jhanak Shukla's character, Karishma, in this drama series. The American TV show Small Wonder served as inspiration for this show.

Son Pari

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Dekho aayi aayi aayi... Sona son pari aayi... We'll take the name, and you'll be singing the song's title. Every youngster growing up in the '90s saw this show and was transported into the fantastical world of Frooti and her fairy friends Son Pari and Altu. For four years, viewers were treated to enthralling enchantment on the small screen.


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Prince Hatim (Rahil Azam), the protagonist of this fantasy/action drama, travels the world in search of the answers to seven questions that will allow him to conquer all evil. Hatim didn't just deliver an entertaining fantasy tale; he also preached the gospel of peace and goodwill to everybody.


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Do not miss out on this one. Khichdi was one such program that provided an excellent dose of amusement and enjoyment to viewers of all ages. Featuring a Gujarati family and a cast of quirky people that deal with daily issues in novel ways. It was so well received that it spawned multiple seasons and then movie adaptations of the same story.