Sab TV Serial-Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah 500 Episodes Celebration Party, Fun Republik Andheri
Neela Telefilms’ sitcom ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma’ on SAB TV is a very popular family entertainer. However, recently a bhootnee (ghost) has created a big uproar in the serial. “Asit Modi has been receiving so many messages and mails regarding this twist in the serial. And many of them didn’t like the recent inclusion of the ghost because kids are getting scared. On the other hand, so many others are enjoying this special entry and a twist in the show”, says a source from the sets.
‘Thoda Hai Bas Thode Ki Zaroorat Hai’ proved to be true to it’s the name, after the opening week, as it had to be content with thodisi (little) TRPs.
The headline, above, is not our construction, but this is precisely the language used by SAB TV upon pipping Imagine TV to the post vis-a-vis the TAM ratings.
SAB TV’s ‘Taarak Mehta ka Ooltah Chashmah’ has come up with the very sensitive topic of saving water and stop wasting water. As the concept was good, it was sure to be appreciated. And that is exactly what happened!
The Tarak Mehta team is known for its comic timing and sensible humor. Their charm worked on the judges of ‘Indian Idol 5’ too.
TellyCafe had earlier reported that a unit from Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah went to Canada to be a part of the Golden event, that is, the Gujarat festival and the team (Disha Wakani, Dilip Joshi, Dharmesh Mehta, Asit Modi) returned to India today at 2:00 am. After a mini vacation, they all are back to work.
No! No! We are not saying anything about Daya (Disha Wakani) and Jethalal (Dilip Joshi) going to Canada for any shoot of ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ but they have been invited to be a part of Gujarat Golden Theme which is celebrated being in Canada.
Exams are over, results are out, and summer vacation has arrived, but the children of Gokul Dham Society are no where to be seen! Contrary to what one might expect, Tapu and his Sena are all cooped up indoors, busy with their computer games and video games, and the kids don’t seem to be interested in coming outdoors and playing at all. This very thing has become a matter of concern for the older generation here.
We’ve seen Jethalal (Dilip Joshi) get upset over not being able to arrange for tickets for IPL matches. However, that wasn’t the case with Dilip Joshi who was gifted few tickets for an IPL (Indian Premier League) match by a close friend who works for Reliance Industries Ltd, which owns the Mumbai Indians IPL franchisee.