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Netizens Get Nostalgic As They Recall Their Favorite Shows From 80s-90s

The movement was started by Twitter user Arnab Chakravarty who wrote “80's and 90's Indian kids, I am curious if you have strong association with any TV show."

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Indian kids born in the 80s and 90s have taken over the social media amid the coronavirus lockdown walking down the memory lane about their favourite childhood shows. On Twitter, several users converged discussing their preferred television shows that they had spent their time majorly watching when they were kids which included 90s shows such as  Shaktimaan, Mahabharata, and cartoons like duck tales, Pokémon, etc after school. Many shared their experience recalling childhood days and how mostly they prioritized their television-watching hours.

Nostalgia hit hard

The movement was started by the Twitter user named Arnab Chakravarty who wrote in a post “80's and 90's Indian kids, I am curious if you have a strong association of a point in time of the day/night with a specific TV show, channel or TV event. (For example, KBC Mon-Thurs 9 PM, Early mornings: Aus-India tests I would be really grateful if y'all could retweet this.” In no time, several users swarmed the post in the comments sections talking about their favourite shows hit with nostalgia. “9 pm means news,” wrote a user. “1 PM Shrimaan Shrimati on SabTV,” wrote another. “Friday nights we waited for the world this week,” wrote the third. 

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