Holi Special: The Cast of ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ Share Their Love For The Fest!

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Holi Special: The Cast of ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ Share Their Love For The Fest!

On the event of Holi, The cast of famous SAB TV show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah share their affection for the celebration, how they observe Holi on the sets and with their loved ones.

Examine what the cast needed to state on this extraordinary event:

Mandar Chandwadkar, who plays Bhide, says, “I love the celebration of Holi. I despite everything remember during my youth we used to get ready for Holi at any rate seven days ahead of time. With time, the mischievousness of the adolescent is missing however even now I appreciate Holi with my whole family. This year I will observe Holi at Gokuldham society first and afterward with my family at home.”

Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal, who plays Roshan Sodhi, says, “Holi is a beautiful celebration and the day to overlook every one of your apprehensions about one another and grasp each other entire heartedly. I love getting sprinkled with hues on Holi yet lean toward keeping it dry and abstain from squandering a lot of water. In the event that you are going on Holi, at that point in a perfect world you ought to secure your face with cream and maintain a strategic distance from hues with destructive synthetic substances. I wish everybody a glad Holi.”

Gurucharan Singh, who plays Sodhi, says, “I love the celebration of Holi which draws out the kid in everybody. It is such a vivid celebration with bunches of euphoria and merriments. Since the time I have been a piece of TMKOC, I have never felt that I am away from my family particularly during celebrations. We appreciate Holi to the fullest with individual entertainers and team individuals. On the off chance that a Punjabi melody is played for Holi, at that point we as a whole break into an improvised dance.”

Raj Anadkat, who plays Tapu, says, “Each year, when we are educated about Holi being praised on the sets, we feel thrilled. We plan before hand what hues to put on the chief and the group individuals. In my own life as well, I play Holi with my dear companions and I admonish my well wishers to play a dry Holi.”

How are you playing Holi, this year?

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