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These television series songs stayed with us

Indian television has given us many memories which are still fresh with us. If we go back a few years, there was no TV in everyone’s house, then people used to hurry up from their work and sit in their neighbors’ houses to watch their favorite series. Songs of that time are most interesting and meaningful.

And those lucky enough to grow up during that era will remember these 24 TV shows fondly. Today, going back again, we remember the songs of those serials.

List of the television series songs stayed with us

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The magic pencil brought popularity to Kinshuk Vaidya and made him a household name. From our childhood to growing up younger, we all have enjoyed and cherished Shaka Laka Boom Boom song.

2. Son Pari

Sona Aunty’s mesmerising avatar and Frooty’s innocence stole everyone’s heart. In addition, its miraculous song ‘Dekho Aai Aai Aai Sona Son Pari Aai’ was a complete Wow

3. Karishma Ka Karishma
“Chikli Pe Chikli Karishma Jo Nikli Dhamake Kiye Usne.”
Remember that robot kid, Karishma? Well, Cher charm was is unforgettable. From the titled song to her every small actions, we loved all of them.

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata hai

Star Plus’ longest running show was highly popular due to its concepts and songs. The title song and concept of falling in love after marriage won many hearts. Even though the show is enjoying huge fanbase with third generation going on, the beginning and soñg by Akshara Singhania remains unforgettable.

Tere Liye

This Harshad Chopra and Anupriya Kapoor starrer love tale was amazing and so was it’s title song. The lines ” Zingagi Gawa kar bhi Jo zindgi mile… Woh mang loon tere liye” simply show how unconditional love can be filling the atmosphere with love.

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