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Some of the most-popular relationship oriented shows ever on national TV.

tv Updated: Mar 07, 2010 18:39 IST
Hindustan Times

Buniyaad: The drama series dealt with life and relationships post-independence.

Hum Log: Indian TV’s longest running daily was about the issues in the life of a middle class family.

Kora Kagaaz: A newly wedded bride, ignored and deserted by her husband, becomes her brother-in-law’s love interest.

Saans: The popular show dealt with infidelity issues among urban couples, intricacies of married relationships.

Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi: A show about generations and generations and some more, generations of a family, dominated by relationships between saasumas, bahus, adopted children and Chinese whispers.

Uttaran: A daily about the relationship between a rich and a poor friend.

Sach Ka Saamna: An adaptation of The Moment Of Truth. A psychoanalyst helps you look into your past, to decipher your present.

Roadies: A long adventurous, obstacle full road trip on bikes.

Splitsvilla: Young men and women woo each other. While, some couples get made, the others try and bread them.

Emotional Atayachar: A partner contacts the TV show, who checks the second half’s loyalty by luring them into a honey trap.

Rakhi Ka Swayamvar: Rakhi Sawant picks a man to marry on national television. It’s entertainment already.

Pati Patni Aur Woh: An adaptation of Baby Borrowers, the show tests TV celebs’ relationships with children of different ages during different parts of the show.

Rahul Dulhaniya Le Jayega: A sequel to the previous matrimonial show.

Dare to Date: Dating fundamentals taught here.

First Published: Mar 07, 2010 14:22 IST