In the next episode of Tarak Mehta Ka Oltah Chashma (TMKOC) of Neela Film Productions Pvt Ltd, Gokuldham Society will celebrate Diwali with the same enthusiasm as every year. While the bash was not grand, thanks to the COVID-19 epidemic, residents have celebrated Diwali with equal enthusiasm and fervor this year. The children of the society, mostly referred to as Tapu Sena, celebrated Diwali in a very different way.
The festival of Diwali brings joy and happiness in everyone’s life. Similarly, the Tapu Sena of Tarak Mehta Ka Oltah Chashmah also decided to celebrate this Diwali with children from the slums of Mumbai.
They distributed sweets, decorated colorful rangolis, danced and watched the festival in its false sense.
Champakkalal also joined the young brigade in this initiative and spent time with all the children.
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Recently, Bhavya Gandhi, who played the role of the original Tapu in the popular Sitcom, shared in an interview what it is like. TMcock lost his life. Gorgeous is gearing up to take on new projects, whether it’s digital or the silver screen. Although he left the show in February 2017, he confessed to missing the TMKOC family and is still in contact with the crew.
“I am interested in trying the OTT platform and I have also auditioned for two to three projects, but it did not come out well, which led me to reject it,” Bhavya said in an interview. In OTT space, it should be something significant, if I am coming back or doing a project, it should not be something path breaking, otherwise I would choose to continue my work in Gujarati cinema and then when the time is right I will be on television. Will return or try OTT medium. “
He said, “I miss everyone on the set because we were like family. I am in touch with the show’s director and assistant director Dilip (Joshi) Sir. I am also in touch with Asit (Modi) Sir, Ambika. (Ranjankar) Didi. , Samay (Shah) among others. “
Talking about Tarak Mehta Ka Oltah Chashmah, the show aired on July 28, 2008. The column written by Tarak Mehta, a columnist and journalist / playwright for TMKOC, a Gujarati weekly magazine, is based on Dunya Ne Undh Chashma The show has been running successfully for 12 years.
Broadcast every Monday through Friday at 8:30 pm on SAB TV is considered to be one of the most popular sitcoms.
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