SpotboyE.com is getting you minuteby-minute information on Disha Vakani's comeback as Daya Ben on the hugely popular show, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashamah. The actress who is going to be seen in the show after almost two years has made everyone curious as how and when she will enter the show. We already told you that her entry will be shown to coincide with the celebration of Navratri on the show.

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The track will include her onscreen husband Jethaa Lal (Dilip Joshi) pledging to play garba only after Daya makes a comeback. And now all you fans can heave a sigh of relief as the scene that had become the subject of much speculation has finally been shot. Actress shot for the said episode day before at the Ambe Mata Mandir in Borivali. While shooting the sequence very few people from crew were present on the sets. Disha aka Daya was also spotted offering prayers to Devi maa at the temple.


Show’s maker Asit Kumarr Modi confirmed the same. “Daya has shot for a small segment for now, but we are hoping to have her back full-time soon. However, the talks on the finer details are still in progress between her and us. The talks have been going on for months now but we are clear about no one in particular being bigger than the show itself,” he revealed.


Meanwhile, yesterday SpotboyE.co, brought you an exclusive interaction with Disha’s real life husband, Mayur Pandya. There were online reports that Mayur had said that his wife was not be returning to the show for good. Talking about the same, he told us, “We have an understanding that we don't and won't speak about each other's work in public. If I did or had, it would become an issue in our personal life."


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