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The makers of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah are planning to get Dayaben’s character back on the show before Navratri.
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Last Updated: September 27, 2020, 8:19 PM IST

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The makers of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah are planning to get Dayaben’s character back on the show before Navratri or before Diwali. Actress Disha Vakani, who played Dayaben, went on a maternity leave in September 2017, and since then everyone is waiting for her to return on the show.Now, a source told Pinkvilla, “Talks are on and off with Disha Vakani related to the comeback. However, the various demands made by her family have been acting as a hurdle for the longest time. However, the makers are now certain to plan a return of Dayaben even if Disha doesn’t agree. The makers don’t want to keep the audience separated from one of their favourite characters, Daya and what better festival for her to return than Navratri?”

The show recently completed 8000 episodes, and on the occasion actor Dilip Joshi, who plays Jethalal penned down an appreciation post.View this post on Instagram(1 & 2 /6) It all began with Taarak Bhai’s iconic characters from his ‘Duniya Ne Undha Chashma’ stories in Chitralekha. This cartoon is of the Jethalal I grew up with. Thank you, Taarak Bhai. You are dearly missed. Your smile has kept us going. (3/6) Lucky for me, I had Asit Bhai, a longtime friend, and a seasoned producer who I trusted immensely and had worked with before, offer me the choice of playing Jethalal, adapted by him for television! Thank you, Asit Bhai. (4/6) Fast forward to look tests, a pilot episode, and finally, the first episode that aired on Sab TV on 28th July 2008. We were all given a glimpse into the world of Gokuldham Society for the very first time. We had absolutely no idea that more than a journey, this show would turn into a discovery! (5/6) It’s rightly said that it’s not work, if you love what you do, and the brilliant team that I work with day in day out, have made me fall in love with my work more than ever. To teammates who have had to leave us during the run, we miss you everyday and for me, you will always be an equal part, infact every department of this blessed production is responsible for this achievement today. So, thank you, Team TMKOC. (6/6) Playing this character is a gift that keeps giving. And a huge chunk of the credit goes to the fans and well-wishers of the show who have welcomed us and allowed us to be a part of their lives in so many unimaginable ways! So, thank you to everyone who’s reading this right now. And last but never the least, thanking the Ultimate Maker of this show called Life, for giving us all the constant strength to carry on this mission of spreading smiles. Jay Swaminarayan 🙏🏻☺️ . . . . #taarakmehtakaooltahchashmah #tmkoc #3000happysodes #iloveyou3000 #gratitude #blessedA post shared by Dilip Joshi (@maakasamdilipjoshi) on Sep 24, 2020 at 11:42am PDT”It all began with Taarak Bhai’s iconic characters from his ‘Duniya Ne Undha Chashma’ stories in Chitralekha. This cartoon is of the Jethalal I grew up with. Thank you, Taarak Bhai. You are dearly missed. Your smile has kept us going,” wrote Dilip on Instagram.

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