People would quit or get rid of all their works to catch their favorite shows on TV being aired. There would not be one show that the entire family would not rejoice. Lucky are those who grew up watching these TV shows in their childhood days. Let’s reckon the most popular TV shows of the 90s and 2000s that the people are still fond of.
- Magudi Days:
The TV series telecasted on DD National was based on the collection of short stories penned down by R.K. Narayan. The thirty-nine episodes were shot in a small village in Karnataka. Each episode was one story long lasting for about 22 minutes. The stories would mainly revolve around “Swamy”. The short stories portray the lives of the simple village people and the afflictions they face.
- Office Office:
One of the most entertaining TV series shown on TV from 2001 onwards was Office Office. The series was way ahead of its time. The series depicted the pervasive culture of bribery prevalent in government offices. The story reveals the harsh behavior that the lead character Mussadilal, played by Pankaj Kapoor, had to face to get a documentation done in the office.
- Boogie Woogie:
The first ever dance reality show telecasted was Boogie Woogie. The dance reality show was a national platform to showcase the hidden talent of kids, moms, and youngsters. Hosted by Javed Jaffrey, Naved Jaffrey, and Ravi Behl, the show was first premiered in 1996 and the due seasons continued from 2003 onwards.
Ramayan, Jai Hanuman, Om NamahShivay, and Mahabharat were the most demanded series on TV. People would practically drop all their works to a halt to see Mahabharat amongst all other mythological shows telecasted. The song was alluring. The actors played the characters with such intense emotions that the audience was left bewitched.
- Shakalaka Boom Boom:
Loved by all kids, Shakalaka Boom Boom aired on DD and Star Plus every evening, would draw the kids from playgrounds back to their homes. The story focuses on Sanju who had a magic pencil with him, that brought everything drawn on a page to real life. The various adventures that Sanju underwent fascinated the kids a lot.
The shows were absolutely mesmerizing. Let it be a mythological story or a family show, the TV series telecasted in the 90s and 2000s brought families together.