The world of TV has always been unique. Where films work to tie the audience for two to three hours, the serials appearing on TV entertain the audience for a long time. In the 90s, there was a different craze among viewers regarding TV serials. Not only the stories of these serials but the title song were also very famous. As soon as these songs came on TV, people started watching the serial with interest, humming it. So let us recall some of your old memories today and tell you about some such serials whose title songs were famous.
Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi
one of the most hit and long running show of Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’. Smriti Irani got recognition from this show itself. In this show, he played the role of Tulsi. The title song of its title song ‘Rishtey Ke Bhi Pyaar Ke Liye Mein …’ started today and people still remember this song.
this story of Dil Mil Gaya Doctors, everything from his personal life to the hospital, problems, happiness and confusion were shown in this show. The title song of this show was also well liked. The song ‘Hum To Chale Tha Dost Bane Bana ….’ was well received by the audience. This title song was sung by Sonu Nigam.
Kasauti Zindagi Ki
Ekta Kapoor’s another show which became very famous among the audience was ‘Kasauti Zindagi Ki’. The title song of this show ‘Chahat Ke Safar Mein ….’ was well liked by the audience. Fans of this song, adorned with black and red themes, were definitely humming. It was in this title song that the tremendous chemistry of Anurag-Prerna was seen.
Anita Hasanandani played the lead role in the show. The title song of ‘Kavyanjali’ was ‘They met….’ Then everyone’s tongue had climbed. In this serial, Anita and Aijaz looked very cute couple. All the fans who like the show have not forgotten this song even today.
song ‘Tere Liye …’ was a title song of the show ‘Tere Liye’ in the voice of Tere Liye Kailash Kher. In this song, the yearning of two lovers and their love story was seen. The title song of this show was laughed by everyone at that time and even today, people like it a lot.