Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega is one of the popular daily soap operas in recent times. The show is currently winning millions of hearts, all thanks to the makers for bringing up some interesting recipe on the table and sizzling chemistry between Guddan and Akshat which is simply unmissable. The show has already complete 400 episodes and it still going strong. A couple of weeks ago, the show complete 400 episodes and the leads of the show shared a few snaps from their team celebration album.
Nishant captioned it as: “400 episodes ka केक काटना aur यादें बनाना”while Kanika backed it by: “Here’s to the “HAPPY SUCCESSFUL 400” As the show is still going strong and is high on drama, the makers are now leaving no stone unturned in adding more drama. However, much to everyone’s dismay, the show has come to an end. Wait, before you come to any conclusions and lose your mind, let us tell you that they has taken a break from the shoot for 13 days owning to coronavirus scare. Sharing the same news, Kanika uploaded a wrap-up video on her Instagram feed.
Going by the video, their wrapped up party ended on a very high note as they chant ‘go corona’ (if you guys are aware of the viral video) She captioned the video as: “And that’s how we packed up for the next 13 days !!! घर बैठेंगे ! “Corona” को भगाएँगे !! #besafe”
As coronavirus continues to spread, the government has declared a shutdown on various places where it consists of a large number of people including shooting locations as well. Due to the virus outbreak, many TV show shoots have been stalled for a while and following the suit, Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega have also taken a break from shooting and urged everyone to be safe.
On the other hand, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chasma’s makers are requesting the government to allow the cast and the crew to shoot with minimal crew.
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