Here are seven best Indian comedy shows of Television, Take a look
Comedy always holds a special corner in the hearts of the television audience. People just love the comedy shows filled with humor and jaw-paining jokes. Family drama soaps are preferred mostly by the ladies while the comedy TV shows are loved by all. They are also the best stress busters. Some hit comedy shows are also performed by big stand up comedians of this country. Here are seven best Indian comedy shows.
So here is a list of few of the best ever comedy shows on television:
- Dekh Bhai Dekh (1993)
Dekh Bhai Dekh was a unique and classic Indian comedy show that revolved around the three generations of Diwan family. The chirpy episodes take the viewers through a variety of actual life ups and downs and their never give up mind-set to surmount sibling rivalry, relationship troubles, business issues and in-laws problems.
- Nukkad (1986)
Nukkad was one of the best Indian comedy shows on DD national that consisted drama, comedy and all. The show dealt with the struggles of the urban youth in city, who is trying to make a livelihood in ever more ruthless social and economic conditions. Each episode of the show revolved around the local street corner ‘Nukkad’ where everyone used meet in late afternoon and share their life stories with each other.
- Zabaan Sambhal Ke (1993)
Zabaan Sambhal Ke was the super-hit Indian comedy show on DD metro and also the Indian version of the English sitcom ‘Mind Your Language’. The show featured stars like Pankaj Kapoor, Viju Khote, Shobha Khote and Tom Alter. The show is based on the soaring unemployment rates in the 1990’s where Mohan Bharti played by Pankaj Kapoor, an engineer is enforced to teach Hindi in the National Institute of Language.
- Srimaan Shrimati (1995)
Shrimaan Shrimati was a very well-liked Indian comedy show and was aired on Doordarshan in 1995, starring Rakesh Bedi, Jatin Kanakia, Reema Lagoo and Archana Puran Singh in the lead roles. The show built on the idea of ‘love thy neighbor’s wife’, the story of the show revolves around Kesav Kulkarni who is married to Kokila, but is attracted towards his neighbour Prema Shalini while Dilruba, husband of Prema is attracted towards Kokila, wife of Keshav. Both the husbands flirt with each other’s wives to get their attention but every time their efforts result in vain.
- Khichdi (2002)
Khichdi is one of the earliest and most trendy Indian comedy shows on television which relies on its poker faced humor and does not use a laugh track. The show takes you inside the house of a Gujarati family called Parekhs, who make an effort to solve their joint family problems in the most typical fashion.
- Sarabhai VS Sarabhai (2005)
Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai is an Indian comedy show featuring the life of an upper-class Gujarati family, the Sarabhai’s live in a luxury apartment building in Mumbai. The show received one of the best TRPs for an Indian comedy show. The core comic component of the show is the relation of the upper-class mother-in-law Maya played by Ratna Pathak who always disparages her middle-class daughter-in-law Monisha played by Rupali Ganguly and dislikes the reality that she acts as an archetypal middle-class women.
- Office- Office (2001)
Some shows become the name and fame of the channel. Office Office is one such Indian comedy show, starring Bollywood film actor Pankaj Kapur in the role of Musaddilal. The show is based on corruption and bribery in public offices and the common man Musaddilal all the time come across himself beguiled amidst crooked officials.