Soumya Prakash Pradhan

In the 1990s, children were really happy when they received delicious candies from street vendors.

These candies included Hajmola sachets, aam chaska packets, Popeye cigarette candies, and more.

Nowadays, children do not see these yummy candies as much in the market.

However, recently, a video went viral on Instagram featuring a passionate candy vendor named Mohmin from Kolkata.

He has been running his stall for the past 22 years. He is famous for making homemade aam papad, imli candies, churan, and he also has boxes of 90s candies that have become rare in today's world.

The video, shared by a doctor named Dr. Megha Dasgupta, has gained a lot of attention.

In her caption, she introduced Mohmin and his amazing candies. The video has garnered 1.6 million views, 120,849 likes, and numerous comments.

In the video, Dr. Dasgupta opens all the candy boxes and showcases the delicious candies.

As the video spread across the internet, people reacted with nostalgia.

One user commented, "Are these candies from the 90s?" Another person recalled buying "Phataphat" and spicy candies from him when they were in junior classes in school.

Someone else asked if the candies had gone stale, and another shared fond memories of buying candies from Mohmin during their graduation days.

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