Mumbai, June 22 (IBNS): Entertainment content company Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd announced the release of popular 1986 tele-serial Nukkad in a 13 DVD pack.
It has the complete 100 episodes of the serial and includes both the old series as well as the new one.
The word Nukkad means street corner. As the name suggests, the serial, aired on DD National in 1986-87, dealt with the struggles of common people who live around a street, trying to make a living in an increasingly harsh social and economic climate.
They met at the local street corner - 'Nukkad', every evening and shared their life stories with each other and sometimes even started some new ones too.
With a touch of humour, the serial portrayed the realities of a common man's life.
All the characters in the serial reflected a different personality like Khopdi, Teacher ji, Pheku and Guru among others.
Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd announced the release of popular 1986 tele-serial Nukkad in a 13 DVD pack
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