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Default TOP 10 BEST Indian Youth TV Shows ever!

The world may have intelligent and experienced politicians ruling the world and cute toddlers making the world a better place to live. But, it is certainly the young guns which make the world the lively place it is.

We list down seven of the best Indian youth shows ever. (Of course, we know there are a lot more than seven shows. But we are talking about the best.)



A rage amongst teens since its inception, 'Remix' was a story of the lives of 12 students revolving mainly around 4 principal cast members. A perfect representation of the youth lifestyle, including all the problems and apprehensions that the youth goes through. 'Remix' is a cult show and is remembered even today. And of course, the cool lingo used in the series like 'Hey Bhaggu', 'Duh Uh', 'Puhlease', 'Bana' and many more became extremely popular using them in real life too. Thanks, Karan Wahi, Raj Singh Arora, Shweta Gulati and Priya Wal for giving us, Remix.

Dill Mill Gayye

This youth medical drama was a sequel to the already popular show, 'Sanjeevani-A Medical Boon'. 'Dill Mill Gayye' adopted the same concept, revolving around the stories of interns in a hospital with specific focus on the love story of Dr Armaan Malik (Karan Singh Grover) and Dr Riddhima Gupta (Shilpa Anand/Sukriti Khandpal/Jennifer Winget). The names mentioned above are mammoth stars today and they have the show to credit for the same. I mean, doctors are also young right? And they too have a LIFE..!

V The Serial

The show was already in the news for its unique concept and was a hit once it was launched. Though it had a niche audience but was widely appreciated where several TV youth stars like Karan Kundra, Sara Khan, Raj Singh Arora, Kritika Kamra and many more played themselves on screen and the story revolved around the lives of them as celebrities. I mean how often have you seen your favourite young TV stars playing themselves in a fiction show..?

Left Right Left

Youth doesn't just represent fun and madness. There are values of patriotism, dedication, and aggression too, which are pivotal for the military youth of India. And 'Left Right Left' was the perfect indicator of the same. Led by Rajeev Khandelwal, many actors from the show, like Kunal Karan Kapoor (Yudi), Arjun Bijlani (Alekh) and Harshad Chopda (Ali) are now huge telly stars, but this was where it all started.
'Sadda Haq' became popular as soon as it was aired. It portrayed a never-seen-before thing about the rebellious side of youth. And a rebellion led by young blood is always the scariest thing. Also, along with the same, the show also focused on several malpractices in the society and how can the youth deal with them.

Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan

One of the most popular modern youth shows, 'Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan' has a massive fan base and the lead actors Parth Samthaan and Niti Taylor are loved and missed dearly even today for their portrayals of Manik and Nandini. Love, friendships, break up and fights, that is what represents the youth's everyday endeavours, and that was excellently portrayed in Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan.'
So, which one of these was your favourite show?
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