Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is one of the most-loved shows on television and people have always been glued to their TV sets to watch this show even on repeat mode. But due to the nationwide lockdown, the shoot of the show came to a halt and new episodes have are currently not airing. Now here is a great piece of news for all TMKOC fans. If the latest reports are to believed, the shoot is likely to resume soon as per the new guidelines set by the government with precautions and safety.
Reacting on the same Babita Iyer Aka Munmun Dutta has shared her views on the same. While speaking to Pinkvilla she said, “The thing is we haven’t really decided when is it going to start. But our producer definitely had the idea to start it soon after undertaking all precautionary measures. That’s a great idea. Everything is still at the planning stage. Everyone has to weigh their pros and cons, plan everything accordingly, and then resume work.” She further added, “Different people have different opinions regarding the situation but I definitely want to get back to work and resume a normal life. We all have done our part and stayed at home. But now we all have to look at the bigger picture too.”
Munmun Dutta, who enjoys a crazy fan following on the show even stated, “With how the situation is currently, it is evident that we have to live with the virus until vaccines are available, just like we live with many other deadly viruses and bacteria. People cannot be under lockdown forever. It’s a good thing that things are opening up in phases. I will be happy to get back to work with as many precautions as possible.”
Fans have been eagerly missing the show since a long time now. But soon they will start enjoying the show with all positivity and good vibes. (ALSO READ: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Producer Asit Modi Sends Condolence On Basu Chatterjee's Demise; Recalls A Sweet Memory)
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