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90s Popular Superhero Show Shaktimaan To Retelecast On Doordarshan & Twitter Can’t Keep Calm

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90s Popular Superhero Show Shaktimaan To Retelecast On Doordarshan & Twitter Can’t Keep Calm

The Indian government decided to lockdown the country for 21 days starting March 25 in order to control the transmission of coronavirus as the disease is contagious in nature. The cinema halls, schools, colleges, gyms, swimming pools, etc. were already closed and the sport events were also cancelled or postponed in order to avoid gathering of public in huge numbers.

As everyone was compelled to sit at home to save themselves from the virus, many people demanded the government to broadcast Ramayana and Mahabharat once again. The government led by PM Modi was also quick to respond and from 28th March, not just Ramayana and Mahabharat but detective serial Byomkesh Bakshi was also broadcasted.

Soon Shah Rukh Khan starrer Circus also came on television and now as per the reports, one of the most favourite shows of 90s, the superhero serial Shaktimaan will also be back on our TV screens.

Mukesh Khanna starrer show was watched by not just kids but people from every walk of life. Moreover, Shaktimaan is the first superhero of the Indian television and it has a special place in the hearts of the kids of 90s.

The Indian Twitterati couldn’t keep calm after knowing that their favourite superhero will be back and this is how fans reacted to the good news:












Even the Bollywood actress Sunny Leone posted a tweet in regard to the old shows broadcasted again. Interestingly in her tweet, she is seen with the t-shirt on which it is written, “Bring Back The 90s”. She shared the tweet with caption,

“Wow..they took my tee seriously!! 

Guess what’s back on DD”

The Indian Twitter users also demanded that other shows like Fauji, Dekh Bhai Dekh and Shararat should also be started again.

How many of you are getting nostalgic and excited to watch your favourite shows of 90s?

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