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IN Lifestyle ON 01 Oct, 2016
Buried in the usual hustling of our monotonous lives, we often take things for granted. But, my dear friend, childhood, and its glistening memories should never be taken for granted. And if you're a 90's kid, there's an incessant amount of memories, right from our favorite TV shows to our first best friend.
Here's some goody-goody flashback to the golden memory lane, which is craving for our footpaths to be imprinted upon it.
Not all superheroes wear a cape, some used to wake us up on Sunday mornings and had our eyes glued to our TV sets. How can one forget 'Sorry Shaktimaan'?
Our favorite guy in yellow/red chaddi was our ultimate favorite. The camaraderie between Balu and Mowgli were worth dying for. Thanks to Hollywood too for releasing its movie to enforce us to relive our childhood all over again. Mowgli was luckily one of our bare necessities.
Do you remember how vexy Betaal was? Vikram-Betaal was one of the shows which made us glued to our TV sets every Saturday.
And, how can one forget the one and only Richie Rich? This little lad was bestowed with all sort of luxuries, which was one of the reasons why I used to watch this show.
The moment it was 5, we used to rush to the roads with our bats and Cosco balls, to enjoy the thrill of the 'gully cricket'. And remember the 'new' rules we used to establish on our own? 'Yaar ye to trial tha', 'jisne door ball pheki, wo ball leke aayega'.
Rains had their own definition of our childhood fun. Playing football in the rain, floating paper boats on the puddle, getting drenched, splashing water on each other. God, I miss my childhood already!
Contra, Mario etc. were the games which engulfed more than the half times of our childhood. And the biggest lie was the game cassette which said '9999 Games'. Haha! Do you remember, how jugaadu we used to get if they cassette broke and we managed using the green cassette chip instead.
If there was one thing I could take back, I would, without a second thought, relive my childhood all over again.
His childhood pranks will make you fall in love with his innocuousness. Do watch 'Little Lord' on October 3, only on Zindagi channel.
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