Disha Vakani return to Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah? Her new photo suggests so
Actor Disha Vakani is said to restore the well known TV sitcom Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah as the fan-most loved character Daya Ben, as per most recent reports. The entertainer has been on maternity leave for as long as a while, and had been supposed to have withdrawn the show.
Late morning reports that the entertainer will make her much anticipated rebound on May 18, and has in contact with the show’s maker, Asit Kumar Modi. Modi is right now in the midst of some recreation in Italy, and had recently said that they were searching for a trade for Disha, and have been screen trying potential substitutions.
Modi had said in a before meeting, “Substitutions and jump bounces are normal in the broadcast business, they continue occurring. It is just the same old thing new and in the past at whatever point substitutions have occurred, new on-screen characters have acknowledged by the crowd. On TV, an on-screen character is known for its character and not by his name. Indeed, we have begun paying special mind to alternatives supposing that in future Disha does not have any desire to return we should supplant her. In any case, I might likewise want to include that Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is a positive show so we will seek after a positive outcome.”
Disha has apparently affirmed her rebound by posting an image of herself with TMKOC co-entertainer Neha Mehta. “Daya with Anjali,” she inscribed the photograph. According to a report in Spotboye, Disha had set up intense conditions for her arrival. Aside from stipulations in regards to her working hours, she had likewise requested a climb in wages; before she quit, she was apparently sacking Rs 1.25 lakhs per scene. She has supposedly requested Rs 1.50 lakhs per scene.
Her fans considered this to be the sign they’ve been sitting tight for, and left eager remarks. “Dishaji, the character of Daya wound up well known simply because (of you)… I need you back (on the) appear,” one individual composed. “If it’s not too much trouble returned,” composed another.