Nov 21, 2021

8 Indian TV shows that were futuristic


The show Nukkad dealt with the bittersweet moments in the day-to-day lives of people from lower socioeconomic brackets. They all have unfulfilled dreams that they aspire to attain one dayPooja Hegde is shelling out major winter fashion goals as she goes for a floral puffer jacket with a black top and blue jeans. She finished off the look with a pair of black boots



The 1996 programme Just Mohabbat, which aired on Sony TV, centred around the life of a kid named Jay who lives in a hostel

Just Mohabbat

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The Zee TV programme, Banegi Apni Baat was based on urban college life and struck a chord with many viewers. Irrfan Khan, R. Madhavan and Surekha Sikhri were among the cast members

Banegi Apni Baat


A Mouthful of Sky, which premiered in 1995, was the first show to employ English as the primary medium of conversation. It starred actors like Rahul Bose, Milind Soman and Simone Singh

A Mouthful Of Sky


Shekhar Suman had a terrific talk show called Movers And Shakers when talk shows were just getting started. In the late 1990s, the show had everyone hooked on television

Movers and Shakers

(source- Shekhar Suman Instagram)

Tara was the first Indian soap opera focusing on modern-day women. This show is also regarded as the first spark of feminism by many Indians in the early 1990s


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The television series, Hum Log centred on the lives of middle-class Indians and their daily disputes and difficulties. It was aired on doordarshan in 1984

Hum Log


Shanti-Ek Aurat Ki Kahani was a 1994 Indian television series that starred Mandira Bedi as Shanti. The show was well-liked by the public

Shanti-Ek Aurat Ki Kahan


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