Every day, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah comes with some new twists that not only teaches us a new lesson but also leaves us in splits with their situational comedy instances. Here we are going to talk about Jethalal who some or the other day falls into new trouble and his fire brigade and best friend Taarak Mehta always comes to his rescue but this time, even his fire brigade can’t extinguish the fire he has ignited. How come? Well, it is because Jethalal who always had a soft spot for his favourite Babita will be seen expressing his love for the lady but Babita’s husband Iyer walks in and gets furious.
Well, it all started when Jethalal poked fun at her for speaking in Bengali, Babita decided to not talk to him ever. However, knowing that she is his favourite person in Gokuldham Society and unable to withstand the fact that she won’t talk to him, Jethalal decided to apologise to her while explaining the whole scenario. As he managed to convince her that he really respects the Bengali language and that he wouldn’t ever say anything to hurt her feelings, she forgives him.
He then insists her to teach a few lines in Bengali and agreeing to the same, Babita teaches him the popular line – ‘Ami Tomake Bhalo Baashi.’ However, the fun (trouble in Jethalal’s case) part is when she asks him to repeat the line after her, her hubby Iyer walks in and hears Jethalal’s love expression that obviously leaves him furious as he misunderstands the situation. Plus, as he knows that Jethalal always tries to hit on his wife, this gives him more reasons to get angry.
Well, we wonder what will happen next? Will Taarak Mehta be able to handle this screwed up situation just like other times? Well, these questions can only be answered next week. ALSO READ: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Jethalal Plans Umbadiyu Brunch Party; Men Celebrate It With Awesome Garba
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