The iconic comics that were our best friends decades ago are still there for us while we self-isolate in lockdown.
A home-run production, Leftist ideals and a talented cast and crew made the 1986 cult show 'Nukkad' worth remembering.
India's much loved superhero whose weapon of choice was Cadbury's multicoloured crunchy candy.
Launched in 1985, the RX 100’s sound, agility, reliability and lean beauty made it one of the most iconic bikes to hit the road.
Make-up base, sunscreen, moisturiser - the multipurpose cream was advertised as many things but never as a complexion lightener.
Hindi weekly magazine Dharmyug was 'read by everyone' and was the place where writers — across languages like Gujarati, Marathi Bengali, Tamil — were given their first break.
Depicting a sensuous Pooja Bedi in the shower, the 1991 ad was a landmark for being the first in India to show the contraceptive as a tool of pleasure.
All anyone wants is a little space of their own, and Godrej Storwel recognised this.
Nagraj, the king of snakes, was first published in 1986. He has a green, muscular body, snakes flow in his veins, his venom is more lethal than cyanide — enough to melt metal.
Planet M — a store where you could find music once and that can now be found only in musical memories.