Indian TV Shows From The 90s That Are Still Popular Among The Audience

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The 90s was a memorable decade when Shaktimaan was the ultimate superhero sensation among the audience. Read on to know more about the shows from the 90s.

Written By Aditya Vyas | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The 90s were peculiar times when Shaktimaan was the ultimate superhero sensation among the Indian audience. The 90s were also an age where television series dealt with affairs of the whole family rather than just a few characters. It was a different era and it had its perks. The popular shows of that period include Office Office, Boogie Woogie, and Shaktimaan which make you nostalgic. Most of these shows received high praise from critics and audience and also received several awards. Here is a list of the most popular television shows from the 90s:

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Office Office

This is one of the most popular shows of the 90s. Pankaj Kapoor delivered a memorable performance here. The story revolves around Mussadilal, a common man who struggles to get his work done at the government offices. The show was written by Ashwani Dhir and directed by Rajiv Mehra. It received high praise from the audience. 


This television show was so popular that it still has its merchandise around the nation. Shaktimaan was a very popular superhero among kids at that time. His reign lasted a decade and he is still among the popular superheroes of Indian cinema alongside Krrish.

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Hum Paanch

Hum Paanch was among the funniest sitcoms of the 90s. The show ran till late '90s and was renewed for a second season in the 2000s. The television show gained much popularity due to its familial theme and the ground-breaking comedy.

Shaka Laka Boom Boom

This was a show about a boy who comes across a magic pencil. The magic pencil turns drawings into reality. Shaka Laka Boom Boom was so popular that children started using the same pencil depicted in the series. The show was written and directed by popular Indian director Vijay Krishna Acharya. 

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