We’ve been amused by Desi TV shows for centuries. They don’t always make sense, but watching them with your parents or friends to recall your childhood days is a fantastic sensation. And, contrary to popular assumption, some of them were actually rather good and received high ratings.
According to IMDb, the following are the top-rated Indian TV shows:
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Chanakya – 9.4
In this intriguing historical play, Chanakya’s life story and deeds were told. He was a successful merchant, political philosopher, and tactician, and so Chandragupta Maurya’s advisor.
Chandragupta Maurya – 8
A medieval play based on a true narrative of Chandragupta Maurya, one of classical India’s most powerful emperors, and chronicling his life.
Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev – 9.4
This sequence depicts the life of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti. It details how their marriage and subsequent divorce had a long-term impact on their lives, as well as how they dealt with it. It did, however, instill a strong moral, which ultimately saved some couples from breaking up.
Lucky – 9.3
As this program demonstrated, fictional plays used to be incredibly good. The episode followed Lucky, a man who worked as a little shopkeeper until he discovered he was a rakshak. His job was to keep ancient artifacts safe from looters.
Mahisagar – 9.3
Mahi is a young woman who has recently married and moved in with her husband and in-laws. Her sweet and savory feuds with her new mother-in-law add even more intrigue to the play. And how she was attempting to adjust to her new life as quickly as possible.
Malgudi Days – 9.4
Another DD National favorite from my childhood. This program introduces us to the people of Malgudi, a small Indian town, and allows us to appreciate their simple lifestyles. Simply to persuade us that happiness is found in simplicity.
Ramayan – 9.2
This popular series recently surpassed Game of Thrones as the most watched mythical show on the planet. This dramatization depicts Lord Rama and his brother Laxman’s mission to rescue Rama’s bride, Sita, who has been kidnapped by Ravana, the demon king of Lanka.
Sumit Sambhal Lega – 9.2
Sumit is a slob who is both lazy and careless in this humorous comic. The majority of the episode revolves around how he continues to get himself into trouble and how he solves his problems in unusual ways.
Upanishad Ganga – 9.7
Anyone who still watches DD National will be familiar with this series. This presentation introduces us to the concepts of old holy texts, Upanishads, and Vedic philosophies by telling new and different stories about these topics every day.
Wagle Ki Duniya – 9.4
A touching program about how three generations of a middle-class family living under one roof work together to solve common life issues.
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