Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is probably the longest-running show of India. It was started in 2008, and till now it is continuing. It is a comedy show which people like to watch to feel refreshed and get entertained.
A group of people are thinking of ending the show as soon as possible. For the last two years, rumours have spread that the show is going to end or the director must think of ending the show as soon as possible.
Dilip Joshi, who characterized the role of Jethalal, gave a thrashing reply to the audience. His stunning response made the audience keep quiet for a while. What was his answer? Stay tuned with us.
Recently, Dilip Joshi shared a video and said that if the audience doesn’t like to watch the show, then no one is forcing them to watch it. Why they are telling the management team to end the show, he also added that it is the longest-running show of Indian television. If the show didn’t earn fame, then it would not be possible to run it for twelve long years. He said that out of jealousy, many others are not watching the show. Later, he said again that if anybody doesn’t want to watch it, then don’t watch, but they are the no one to stop the show. If the team of the show decides to end the show, then only they end it. The TRP of the show is high, then why they will end it.
Dilip Joshi also added that things had changed nowadays. The things didn’t remain the same, which used to happen twenty years ago. Now they have to remain careful enough so that the people don’t get offended. The actor further added that and said certain things about Shailesh Lodha, who plays the role of Tarak Mehta. He noted that almost in every episode, he says something at the end of the episode. If he or any other character from the show says something, then Shailesh would get furious and request others not to utter any wrong words or crack jokes. He pleaded and asked others not to do it, because, in the end, he has to apologise on behalf of others.
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