- Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah producer Asit Modi stated that they’re ‘still waiting’ for Disha Vakani’s return as Dayaben however will solid a brand new actor if she needs to stop the present.
PUBLISHED ON MAY 03, 2021 11:23 AM IST
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah producer Asit Modi has talked in regards to the absence of Ghanashyam Nayak, who performs Natwarlal Prabhashankar Undhaiwala aka Natu kaka, from current episodes. He has additionally make clear the wedding monitor of Popatlal (performed by Shyam Pathak) and the return of Disha Vakani as Dayaben.
Asit informed a number one day by day, “Natu kaka is a senior citizen and has recovered from his illness but due to the pandemic, I feel he should stay at home and follow safety protocols. We will surely get him back on the show when the situation gets better. Similarly, Popatlal’s marriage is important but it will also have to wait in the current circumstances.” Ghanashyam underwent neck surgical procedure in September final yr.
Speaking about the potential of Disha’s return, Asit stated, “I feel I should become Dayaben now! The question of her return has been going on for many years now. We are still waiting for her to come back and if she expresses her desire to quit, the show will go on with a new Daya. But, right now I don’t feel Daya’s return or Popatlal’s wedding is important. In the pandemic, there are more serious issues and I feel all those matters can wait.”
Disha has been on indefinite maternity depart since 2017. Recently, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah director Malav Rajda acquired a fan request on one in every of his Instagram posts to solid a brand new actor as Dayaben.
Replying to the remark, Malav joked that if he begins making calls for, he may get changed himself. “@shindepooja91 mein zyada bolunga toh naya director le aayenge (if I ask for too much, they will get a new director)…its not in my hands at all…i just direct the show…dont n cant take decisions regarding actors n lot of other things…but jo hota hai ache ke liye hota hai (whatever happens, happens for the best),” he wrote.