Etv Bangla Old Serials List

We have numbers of channels and countless TV programmes now but all we really do is channel surfing. Apart from few Paksitani serials on Zindagi, not even a single daily soap can be compared to Doordarshan serials of those days. I bet you remember most of the shows that you used to watch during your childhood. All those serials, be it Hum Log or Udaan or Malgudi Days, were crisp, had good content and most importantly were not never-ending like the daily soaps we watch nowadays.

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Many of us would love to watch those serials again not just to relive those old days but also because they offer a better TV viewing experience than all that we are forced to watch today.

ETV Bangla Launched 1999 Owned by Ramoji Group Country Headquarters, West Bengal, India Website Airtel digital TV (India) Channel 541 (India) Channel 622 (India) Channel 842 (India) Channel 921 (India) Channel 837 Videocon D2h (India) Channel 703 (US) Channel 2014 ETV Bangla is a popular 24-hour, Bengali language, television channel. Mesa boogie midi matrix. It is a part of the ETV Network (India) group of channels owned by the of Hyderabad, India.

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