Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Jhetalal Flings Iyer’s Phone In Holika Dahan, What Next?

In the upcoming episode of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, society members will be seen celebrating the festival of colour, Holi. However, it won’t be a pleasant one for Iyer and Jhetalal. Read this article to know why

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Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Jhetalal Flings Iyer’s Phone In Holika Dahan, What Next?
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah was on a roll by providing the utmost entertainment to the audience. Now with the festival of colours around the corner, makers have yet another surprise for the audience in-store. While the upcoming episode will see Jethalal reliving his childhood days by celebrating the festival of Holi by splashing water along with his Tappu sena, get ready to watch what happens between him and Iyer on the Holika Dahan festivities hosted by the society. Here are some of the deets.

As per reports, during Holika dahan ritual Iyer looks very disturbed, the reason one of his friends, spamming him with messages. When Jethalal gets to know this, he explains how Holika Dahan is about burning all your worries and trouble. And while he says so, he flings Iyer’s phone into Holika Dahan, leaving Iyer baffled in a fraction of second. Now we wonder what will happen next? Will Iyer and Jhetalal be at loggerheads like always or Taarak Mehta will come for rescue?

Well for that we will have to wait till the episode gets aired on the leading GEC.



In the recent past, all the characters on the show were seen communicating with one another in their mother tongue, creating a lot of trouble amongst them. Thus, taking advance of this situation Iyer had misinterpretation a communication between Jhetala and Babita, thus leaving Babita fuming with anger over Jhetalal.






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