Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Did You Know? Apart From Hindi, The Sitcom Also Airs In Two Regional Languages
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Did You Know? Apart From Hindi, The Sitcom Also Airs In Two Regional Languages

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is a landmark in the Indian television industry and there’s no denial to it. Be it the characters or the actors who portray them, everything related to show has its own fan base. And such popularity is beyond the language barriers.

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Yes, you read that right. Maybe it’s the storylines and the characters, which has a pan appeal as they are highly relatable to each and every viewer. Considering such appeal, the show also airs in two regional languages. Those who are die-hard Taarak Mehta fans and follow even a single titbit of the show might be already aware of what we are talking about. So, this piece is for those who are a bit unaware.

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As we said, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah also airs in two regional languages- Telugu and Marathi. Yes, the old episodes dubbed in the respective languages air on different channels. The Telugu version is titled as ‘Tarak Mama Ayyo Rama’ and it airs on ETV Plus. The Marathi one is titled as ‘Gokuldhamchi Duniyadaari’, which airs on Fakt Marathi.

Expectedly, just like the original version, the dubbed versions too are fetching an amazing response.

Meanwhile, Raj Anadkat who plays the role of Tapu in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah took to Instagram and shared a selfie from the sets. In the mirror selfie, he can be seen posing for himself while wearing a mask. Along with the post, he wrote a note for fans in which he asked them to pray for the team TMKOC.

For the unversed, the shoot of the show has been started after a pandemic break of about 3 long months.

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