Doordarshan Re-Telecasts Shaktimaan, And Ramayan; Netizens Flooded The Internet With Funny Memes On Netflix, Amazon Prime & Other Streaming Platforms

Looking at the popularity of Shaktiman and more, netizens are flooding the internet with lots of memes on how the popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime will get a backseat

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Doordarshan Re-Telecasts Shaktimaan, And Ramayan; Netizens Flooded The Internet With Funny Memes On Netflix, Amazon Prime & Other Streaming Platforms
Where COVID-19 pandemic has put most of the things in a lockdown. Self-quarantine and social distancing is the only way to control the spread of deadly coronavirus. For entertainment people are looking for different shows and movies. Amid this Doordarshan has  stepped in at just to bring back old shows, giving people flashback of their 90s childhood. People who have grown up watching these shows are elated to get to relive the golden period of their childhood during the quarantine. 

By just looking at the popularity of these shows, netizens are flooding the internet with lots of memes on how the popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime will get a backseat as almost everyone will switch to Doordarshan now! 


During the lockdown, even the regular TV soaps have been telecasting their old episodes as the shooting has been shut for now. With not much to watch on TV other than news, Doordarshan is relecasting its iconic content. The first in queue which did its comeback from the 90s was Ramayan which was retelecasted on March 28, with daily two episodes. Shaktimaan will be aired on the channel everyday at 1pm. The excitement to catch up on Shaktiman very high among everyone.

On relecasting the old shows people are making funny memes on how the streaming platforms will survive and will face a tough competition from Doordarshan now. 














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