Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is the longest-running sitcom on national television. Over the years, the show has garnered a massive fan base that loves and adores them. The audience and viewers are entertained by characters Jethalal Gada played by Dilip Joshi, Taarak Mehta essayed by Shailesh Lodha. It was some months back after the lockdown restrictions were lifted that new episodes of TMKOC were aired. The show received some flak for not being entertaining enough after it aired post the lockdown. Just recently, one dissatisfied user made a comment, expressing his thoughts about the show.
A social media user on Instagram had some complaints regarding the longest-running sitcom on national television. The netizen commented on director Malav Rajda’s directing skills and also called the show ‘terrible’. The user commented, “No your direction sucks bro the show is terrible now” As soon as the social media user expressed his opinions, Malav Rajda responded. The director was quick to reply and politely acknowledged the troll. Rajda replied, “o ok point noted,” and added a folded hands emoji in the end.
Take a look at the comment below:
Meanwhile, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah received a lot of flak after it went on air post the lockdown restrictions were lifted. When the makers dropped fresh episodes of the show, many viewers and old fans did not find it appealing and entertaining like it was. Netizens on Twitter and Instagram made memes and expressed their thoughts. Other than that, the show has been in the news recently after rumours were rife that there is a rift between actors Dilip Joshi and Shailesh Lodha; the latter cleared the air and confirmed all’s well. Also Read: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Jethalal Aka Dilip Joshi Takes the First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine; Says, ‘Asli Mazza JAB Ke Saath Aata Hai’
Image source: Instagram/ Malav Rajda, TaarakMehtaKaOoltahChashma
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