Dilip Joshi talks about how attached he is to the character of Jethalal Gada, a part he has been playing in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma for over a decade now.
It seems that Jethalal Gada (Dilip Joshi) by Tarak Mehta’s Ulta Chashma Chashma is not only a fan favorite, he has also been a symbol of the character for the last 12 years, a personal favorite of actor Dilip Joshi. Dileep says that he is missing the character as the epidemic has stalled for the last three months amid the blockade after the coronation of all shots. The blockade has ended for most areas of the central government and people have started to leave, a confirmation date for the shooting has not yet been announced to resume.
Produced by Asit Kumar Modi, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma inverted spectacles are one of the many shows that can go on floors after producer and artist associations come to a common ground to follow safety measures and precautionary guidelines.
Dilip told the Times of India, “I have been playing the character of Jethalal for the last 12 years and now it is almost a part of my life. For the last three months, I have been missing out on that part, my Gokuldham Family, and the family of my audience. We all want to resume shooting as soon as possible and there is apprehension in everyone’s mind about safety precautions at the same time. But once again, after saying this, I am sure that the way the ASIT brother has taken care of the team for the last 12 years will again take the right decision which is best for this show, as well as the cast and team members. I am well on the team He has full faith in us to take care of. ”
Talking of returning to set, Dilip recently told Hindustan Times Media: “As of now, we will start when there is no official information about it. The government has given permission, we What are you waiting for practically (we can put it into practice). There are a lot of guidelines, follow karte hue kaise shooting possible ho payega… Asit bhai ne online meeting ki thee with us artists, To our point of view, and mentally, whether we’re ready to shoot or not. It’s a mixed feeling… Whatever the unpublished brother decides.”