5 Old Television Serials That Are Anytime Better Than The New Television Serials

Blog By fatema  |  24-06-18

It's Not That They Didn't Use Melodrama And Repetitive Plots, But They Certainly Offered More Than That

Saans.

Saans.

It was a show based on single women and their hardships, Saans featured on Neena Gupta as the female lead. Neena's onscreen husband falls for another woman.

At this point, she is left with two options,she can either give up on life and love or start a new life. Unlike most women of that era, she decides to take the second route. Not only does she walk on the road of self-discovery, but also strives hard to become financially independent.


Alpviram.

Alpviram.

Alpviram, the 1998 serial was based on conversations on important issues that were considered a taboo in our country around that time.

The main one they took up was abusement and how should people NOT treat a victim. And no, they weren't insensitive, they dealt with it in the most careful and mature manner.


Astitva.

Astitva.

Astitva was based on a discussion on relationships where the woman is older than the man. Although it is still not take kindly in our country, the show did a lot to normalise such relationships.


Kora Kagaz.

Kora Kagaz.

The story was based on a middle-class girl who falls in love with a boy but she gets married to his brother. It gets worse when the brother rejects her.

It was lovely to watch that instead of giving up on her life, she tries hard to become stronger. The leading character completes her education and becomes financially independent. And at the end she also gets married to the love of her life too.


Hip Hip Hurray.

Hip Hip Hurray.

It was one of the most hit serial among teenagers. It brought to light the hardships of teenagers as they grow up ,but in an intelligent way. Love, peer pressure, parent-child relations.








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