Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Is there really a rift between Tappu and ‘Jethalal’ ?, now Dilip Joshi broke silence
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. In the television world, the much talked about serial “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma” has always been in the news for some reason or the other. Now the news is coming that everything is not going well between serial star Dilip Joshi i.e. Jethalal and his co-star Raj Anadkat i.e. Tappu. Let me tell you that Raj is playing the role of Tappu in the Anadkat serial and Tappu is the son of Dilip Joshi i.e. Jethalal. Tarak Mehta’s Ooltah Chashmah serial has dominated television in the last several years and this serial has carved a special place among the audience. In the serial, the characters who always laugh and laugh are often in discussion about differences between each other. Recently, viewers were more shocked when they came to know through news that things were not right between Dilip Joshi, who is playing the lead role of Jethalal and his co-star Raj Anadkat.
According to media reports, the dispute between Dilip Joshi and Raj started escalating when Raj Anakkat made Dilip Joshi wait for an hour for the scene. While Dilip Joshi used to reach the set first despite being a senior artist, Raj used to arrive late again and again. Due to this a rift started between the two.
Dilip Joshi broke silence, gave this response
When the news of the dispute between the two started making headlines, now Dilip Joshi has reacted to this whole matter. Dilip Joshi i.e. Jethalal said that the news of dispute between us is absolutely rubbish. Who cooks up all these false stories? However, there has been no response from Raj on this dispute.
Serial Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah also in discussion due to Munmun Dutta
Here the serial ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma’ is also in the discussions recently about the lead character Babita ji i.e. Munmun Dutta. In a video by Munmun, a case has been registered against him in SC / ST Act for using caste word.
Rajat Kalsan, convenor of the National Alliance for Dalit Human Rights, has filed a complaint against actress Munmun Dutta. A case has been registered against Munmun Dutta under sections 153A, 295A of the IPC and sections 3(1)(R), 3(1)(S) and 3(1)(U) of the Scheduled Castes and Tribes Atrocities Act. Let me tell you that all these legal clauses are non-bailable, which can increase the trouble of Munmun Dutta in the coming time.