24/08/2016 12:19 PM IST | Updated 25/08/2016 6:05 PM IST

These Vintage Ads Starring Bollywood Stars Will Make All '90s Kids Feel Very, Very Old

Your childhood in 17 ads.

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Remember the time your favourite Aishwarya Rai song was, 'She's got the look'? Or the times when the very sight of Preity Zinta had the Liril 'la la la la la' playing in your head?

While promoting a brand isn't unheard of amongst the celebrities, the Baadshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, once endorsed a product as humble as the 'Hero Puch'.

We have compiled a bunch of commercials from the '90s and the millennium. Tighten your seat belts as we take you for a nostalgia ride.

1. Juhi Chawla.

Lehar Pepsi: Yes, it wasn't just Pepsi back then. Kathak dancer and former Miss India, Juhi Chawla is seen here with singer Remo Fernandes.

Fair & Lovely: Juhi Chawla fans, hold your heart, lest it breaks.

2. Ayesha Takia and Shahid Kapoor.

Complan: Who doesn't remember the slogan, "I am a Complan Girl and I am a Complan Boy?"

3. Mahima Chaudhry and Aishwarya Rai.

Fair & Lovely: The secret of beautiful skin? Fair & Lovely, what else?

Lehar Pepsi: The climax though.

4. Salman Khan.

Limca: Back when Bhai was only famous for killing with his looks.

Graviera Suiting.

5. Milind Soman.

LML Vespa: Wonder if he ever used the scooter himself because all he does is run.

6. Shah Rukh Khan with Gauri Khan.

Cinthol: This classic ad featuring the couple and over-enthu SRK taking a shower.

Hero Puch: Looks like the extended version of 'Baazigar'.

7. Aamir Khan.

Coca Cola: The legendary series that proved why he is called the Mr. Perfectionist.

8. Varun Dhawan.

Bournvita: No wonder he became the student of the year.

9. Aishwarya Rai.

Lakme: Because, who else got the look but her?

10. Preity Zinta.

Liril:That jingle will play in your head even if you watch the ad on mute.

Perk: When you think of Perk, you think of Preity Zinta. As simple as that.

11. Vidya Balan.

Gits Idli: National award recipient selling idlis like a boss.

12. Rajkumar Hirani.

Fevicol: When you talk of vintage commercials, excluding this ad would be considered a sin.

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