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Will nostalgia be able to beat lockdown blues?

Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were. However, the time in the history of the world where the bygone is recalled can do wonders.

Considering the ‘new normal’ that the world has been enduring for a few months in the shadow of a global pandemic, the need for nostalgia has increased manifold. The desire to see things the way they once were has seen people rediscover films and television shows across different platforms, and even retrospectively appreciate some of them.

In this aspect, the news of (1999), one of the most-watched films on Indian television, turning twenty-one attained a whole new meaning. The trite drama

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