Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Dayaben aka Disha Vakani's Husband REVEALS The Truth Behind Her RETURN
Disha Vakani's husband Mayur Padiya revealed the truth behind her comeback in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah.
A report in a leading daily has suggested that Disha recently shot for the ongoing Navratri track in ‘Taarak Mehta’. Her husband, while talking to the daily, revealed the truth behind Disha’s return to the show.
Mayur said that although Disha shot for an episode, their talks with production house are still not resolved and hence she will not return to the show.
“She has shot for a portion of the episode, but our talks with the makers still remain unresolved. So, she will not return to the show for good. We are hoping that we reach an amicable solution,” Mayur Told Bombay Times.
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Asit Modi, producer of ‘TMKOC’, also said that talks are going one between the two parties.
‘’Disha has finally shot for a small segment, and hopefully, she will resume shooting for the show full-time. However, I must confess that talks are still on between us, and we hope to reach a solution soon. We have been in talks with Disha for months now. Like I said before, nobody is bigger than the show,” Modi told the daily.
Disha shot for a sequence on Sunday in which Dayabenat responded to a phone call about her return to Gokuldham society during Navratri. The viewers will be quite excited to see her glimpse and we hope she makes full-fledged return soon.
VIDEO: 'Taarak Mehta' Latest Promo Teases Dayaben's Return In Gokuldham Society!
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