10 Old & Gold Indian Television Series You Can Watch On OTT Platforms


India’s very own Clarke Kent, Shaktimaan! Senseless as it might appear now, Shaktimaan was the first Indian superhero cherished by all Indian children. This Indian Superman and his alter-ego, a geeky photographer called-“Pandit Gangadhar Vidhyadhar Mayadhar Omkarnath Shastriji”, worked for the newspaper “Aaj Ki Aawaz” while battling cosmic wickedness and foul play.

1. Shaktimaan

Find out about the most well-known work of incredible creator R. K. Narayan. The series is set in the humble community of Malgudi, situated in South India, and every scene is an account of how the locals face inconvenience and track down an exit from it. Watch it now on YouTube and find the latest adaptation on Disney+ Hotstar.

2. Malgudi Days

Like its British counterpart Mind Your Language, Zabaan Sambhalke followed the misadventures of a language class for individuals who need to learn Hindi. Pankaj Kapur assumed the part of Mohan Bharti, a hesitant educator enlisted by the National Institute of Language to teach Hindi to a diverse gathering of understudies from different parts of the country.

3. Zabaan Sambhalke

This timeless classic and light-hearted family drama follows the carefree family drama that spins around the Diwan family. It portrays their daily encounters and experiences in a typical Indian family arrangement.

4. Dekh Bhai Dekh

Khichdi is, maybe, one of the most cited series in Indian TV history. The story about the erratic Gujarati family, the Parekhs, had such countless notable characters that their expressions became a part of the vernacular across the country.

5. Khichdi

This show introduced Shah Rukh Khan to the world back in 1989, and the rest, as they say, is history. As the title proposes, the show followed the existence of youthful armed force initiates and their preparation to become commandos in the Indian Army.

6. Fauji

Cherished by individuals of all age groups, Sarabhai VS Sarabhai is an Indian sitcom about the lives of the Sarabhai family- it was a satirical glance at how the posh life.

7. Sarabhai VS Sarabhai

This show was a humorous interpretation of the Kafkaesque operations on Indian government workplaces and corruption. It followed Musaddilal (Pankaj Kapur) and battles with a wasteful administrative framework and its bad officials. The show actually still holds up, as Musaddilal’s disappointments with the framework remain unfortunately appealing.

8. Office-Office

Talking of crime dramas, how might we at any point leave out the most famous investigative show that ran on Indian TV for more than 20 years. Every episode has a unique crime that the Crime Investigative Bureau headed by ACP Pradyuman and his team needs to address.

9. CID

This show turned entering doors into artistry. If you know, you know. Hum Paanch revolved around Anand Mathur, who lived with his wife and five eccentric little girls. There’s also his first spouse, who is dead yet converses with him through her picture. It’s generally viewed as one of the most famous Hindi sitcoms in the country

10. Hum Paanch

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