Blast From The Past
The 90's were a golden decade for the world of Indian television and paved the way for the creation of some of the most iconic TV shows.Before the scheming mother-in-laws and cheating spouses took over the idiot box, the ’90s were a time when the entire family could sit together over a meal and laugh away the day’s exhaustion in the innocent humor of these shows. KhojApp will take you on a ride to the 1990s, when Indian television was at its best. Find out where to stream your favourite shows here.
Hum Paanch was an Indian sitcom that first aired in 1995. It ran for four years until 1999. The series returned for a second season in 2005 and ran until mid-2006. The series is regarded as one of the all time favourite comedies along with Dekh Bhai Dekh. The lead actors of the show Ashok Saraf, Vidya Balan, Rakhee Tandon, Bhairavi Raichura, Vandana Pathak gained overnight stardom and became some of the iconic actors of Television Industry.
Dekh Bhai Dekh
You will never miss fun out of Diwan Family, because there is going to be a confused situation out of which you will roll out of laughter. What situation it is? To know watch this video.
Malgudi Days is an Indian television series based on the works of R.K. Narayan. The series was directed by Kannada actor and director, Shankar Nag and Carnatic musician L. Vaidyanathan composed the score. R. K Narayan's brother and acclaimed cartoonist R. K. Laxman was the sketch artist. The series was made in 1986 by film producer T. S. Narasimhan with Anant Nag as the lead actor. Thirty-nine episodes of Malgudi Days were telecast on Doordarshan over three seasons, starting in 1986. The first season was simultaneously made in English and in Hindi. Subsequent seasons were made in Hindi, and have been dubbed into other languages. It was re-telecast on Doordarshan and later on Sony Entertainment Television, and Maa Television in Telugu. This television series was shot entirely near Agumbe in Shimoga District, Karnataka. In 2004, the project was revived with film-maker Kavitha Lankesh replacing Shankar Nag as director. The new series of fifteen episodes was telecast from April 26, 2006 on Doordarshan.
When darkness get strengthened to destroy the world, Suryanshis chose Shaktimaan in order to fight against the forces of evil.
Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi
Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi was a popular comedy sitcom on Indian television, aired for the first time in 1984. It was written by comedy writer Sharad Joshi and directed by Kundan Shah, S. S. Oberoi and Raman Kumar. It was one of the first sitcoms and one of the biggest hit shows on Indian television after the state owned television, Doordarshan, started sponsoring its programs.
Zabaan Sambhal Ke
Zabaan Sambhalke is a Hindi sitcom. An engineer Mohan Bharti is forced to teach Hindi at a language school. His students are people from all corners of the country and the world, exchanging cultures and lost in translations. It is the Indian version of the British sitcom Mind Your Language (1977).
A Highly popular TV Series about a batch of trainees into a commando school, their training and eventual induction as soldiers.
Sarabhai vs Sarabhai
Sarabhai vs Sarabhai is a 2005 sitcom featuring a quintessentially upper-class family in Mumbai. The show received a positive response from the critics and public alike and enjoyed one of the best TRPs for an Indian comedy show. In the final episode, the principal characters are seen stating that there would be another season of the series. However, in 2012, Deven Bhojani denied that the series would return.
Pradhanmantri was an Indian television political documentary series, hosted by actor-director Shekhar Kapur on Hindi news channel ABP News. It premiered on July 13, 2013. It aims to bring to the audience never-seen-before facts of Indian history