1. Sarabhai v Sarabhai
The series aired from 2004 to 2006 and was about the upper-class family and habits of a middle class background daughter-in-law. It received a time-honoured and an encouraging response from the critics and public alike and relished one of the highest ratings in the Indian comedy genre.
Sarabhai vs Sarabhai is back!
They recently released a trailer and we are only so much excited to see the show once again with blends of new characters and the old ones!
The story has been fast forwarded for seven years. During this time Monisha and Sahil are blessed with a son, Guddu.
2. Family No. 1
Inspired by the US sitcom The Brandy Brunch, this 90s show was definitely everyone's favourite. The comedy revolved around two single parents- a single mother,
, and a single father- Kanwaljeet Singh. Each of them has three not-so-chivalrous kids.
The two families often scuffle over sharing house which leads to funny situations. Later the single parents fall in love with each other, while the six kids have insane funny fights.
Dekh Bhai Dekh
The story is about three crazy generations of the Diwan family. The big fat Indian family stays in an ancestral bungalow in the suburbs of Mumbai. As every family witnesses, this family goes through thick and thins but the twist is that all this is happening in a hilarious environment. The show aired in 1993 first and was produced by
. It is one of the earlier works of
Khichdi can make all of us nostalgic!
Oh those evenings after school, eating dinner and watching Khichdi of Star Plus! The series expresses a funny story of an old man- his son, Praful - wife Hansa, and a daughter –in- law Jayshree and her two mischievous kids.
Started in 2002, the TV series has gained immense popularity. The first season was shown on Star Plus, whereas the second season (Yes! It's one the earliest sitcom to appear in seasons!!) was aired on Star One.
Khichdi demonstrated the situation comedy in India and the same was enormously appreciated by the audience as well as the critics. If you've heard of the deadpan humour, like
or SouthPark, Khichdi was the first Indian Serial to adopt that style.
The well impressed out characters are the icons of Indian television, which is otherwise fanatical with crying daily soaps.
5. Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma
We definitely cannot miss this out!
The occupant of a housing society help each other find answers when they face mutual everyday challenges and get tangled in sticky circumstances. Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah airs on SAB Comedy Show inspired from the renowned humorous column 'Duniya Ne Undha Chashmah', authored by Mr Tarak Mehta. The sitcom is all about this huge residential society which consists of unique families, the prominent being Tappu and his family.
A new genre of humour is introduced by Chidiya Ghar!
Each and a very household member has an animal's quality. A discharged principal, Kesari Narayan, stays in this Chidiya Ghar alongside with his animal-named, strange family. The characters include the two sons of Kesari and their spouses and additional relatives.
7. Bahu Hamari Rajnikant
It is a sad state of affairs that they announced their departure in Feb 2017!
The series depicted a story of the strange married couple- the human husband and the robot wife! Shantanu Kant, the husband, invents a robot, Rajni and falls in love. The series is about the family of Shantanu who has no idea that his wife is a robot. He keeps making excuses for Rajni's bizarre behaviour, and Rajni saves his family from the troubles in a comic way.
8. Office office
The show casting
bashed the 'Best Comedy' award at the 'RAPA Awards' not only in 2001 but also in 2002. It received tremendous respond since the humour roamed around the storyline that depicted the immense struggle of a common man in a corrupt organisation.
Later on, aired and was followed by many series based on books by Prakash Book Publications.
9. MTV Bakra
Come on, we all have watched this show and struggled not to roll out with laughter! The episodes include trolling strangers and recording them on camera.
10. Tu Tu Main Main
Who doesn't like this one!?
The stereotypical saas-bahu phase was broken by the amazing pair of Reema Lagu and
. Directed by
, the series was first of its kind, was a show that rolled arguments and bickering in the funniest way!