10 Most Popular Comics That Will Redefine Nostalgia For You

10 Most Popular Comics That Will Redefine Nostalgia For You

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1. Chacha-Chaudhary-And-Sky-Divers

Of all the works, Chacha Chaudhary remains Pran’s most renowned comic characters till date. From the ‘computer se bhi tezChacha Chaudhary to Sabu, who was an alien, cartoonist Pran made our childhood awesome with some of the most amazing series of all time! The comic series was also made into a television show!


2. Pinki-And-Two-In-One

Every girl’s super star Pinki is a five-year-old girl and was often seen with her pet squirrel named Kut-Kut. Her friends were Bhiku and Champu. Whenever she tried to help her neighbor Jhaptji, she always messed everything and whole neighbourhood is scared of her menace doings. Do you  remember how eagerly girls used to wait for the next edition of this cute character!


3. Billoo-And-Summer-Vacations

Boys loved his freedom! A fun loving guy, likeable by girls and loves to play cricket. He had a pet pup called Moti. His guy gang included Gabdu, Jozi, Monu, Bishamber among others. His bête noire Bajarangi, was a wrestler and was always after his life! No one has ever seen Billoo’s eyes due to hair covering it and his forehead. A character Much like the American comic book character ‘Archie’, Most of teh guys grew up hiding these comic books in between text books, pretending they were busy studying!


4. Shrimatiji and Mrs. Tambola

Pran has also created other cartoon characters like Shrimatiji. This character is famous for its weird titles like- Mrs. Tambola, Aaloo Ka Bhav, Barkhudaar, Breakfast, Calcium, Channel Saat, Chhuttan, Coffee, Cook, Din ki Neend, Economy Car, Mango Shake, M.N.C, Musician, Net Chatting, New Dish, Paseene ka Kamaal, Pati ke Liye, Seat, Shehari Ladki and Sweater.


5. Chacha Chaudhary, Billoo & Pinki-Video Comics

A combination of all the most popular characters of Pran comics, this video series is a must have if you were a 90’s kid! All these characters became an integral part of our childhood.


6. Draupadi: The Fire-Born Princess

Captured directly from the Indian epic Mahabharata, the book magnificently portrays the canvas of Draupadi speaking of her love, revenge, compassion, betrayal, dignity, confidence and devotion.


7. World War One

Introducing the advent of tanks, airplanes, air raids, submarines and gas attacks, we take a close look at the first modern war of the 20th Century. This stunning book brings history to life as we follow the fortunes of a group of young conscripts and volunteers to discover what life was really like in the trenches and how they coped with the horrors of the front line.


8. Pride and Prejudice

Tailored from the adored Jane Austen classic, Marvel Comics is proud to present Pride and Prejudice. The whimsical tale of Lizzy Bennet and her lovable-if-eccentric family, as they navigate through tricky British social circles.


9. Photobooth

Praveer Rajani, a reckless Interpol agent, is concerned about every way to prevent countless deaths lies in a handful of mysterious photographs. A new deadly drug is about to flood the streets of New York City and police have no leads on who is producing it or where it is coming from?


10. The Jungle Book

Mowgli who is raised by wolves in the Indian jungle,”Rikki-Tikki-Tavi”, the story of a heroic mongoose, and “Toomai of the Elephants”, the tale of a young elephant-handler are as famous as the other stories. As with much of Kipling’s work, each of the stories is preceded by a piece of verse, and succeeded by another.