Actress Munmun Dutta is known for her character ‘Babita Iyer’ in the popular show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ (TMKOC). He expressed gratitude on the completion of 4000 episodes of the show. The show, first broadcast in July 2008, is now in its 16th year. It is based on Taarak Mehta’s weekly column ‘Duniya Ne Undha Chashma’ in Chitralekha magazine.
BTS video surfaced
The 36-year-old actress, who hails from West Bengal, plays Babita, the wife of Iyer (played by Tanuj Mahashabde). She is the secret crush of Jethalal (played by Dilip Joshi). To mark this remarkable milestone achieved by the makers of the show, Munmun took to Instagram to share several pictures and behind-the-scenes videos with other cast members celebrating 4000 episodes.
In the pictures, Munmun can be seen posing outside Gokuldham Housing Society (the location of the show). She is wearing a blue colored floral pantsuit and is smiling while posing in front of the marquee lights showing 4000 episodes. Sharing the series of photos, she captioned it: “4000 episodes… more grateful for everything today. Small town girl with big dreams, 16 years later, after hard work, hardships and perseverance, here I am today.” Am.”
The entire star cast was seen together
He wrote in the post, “Stand with dignity! Whatever I have achieved today is my own and no one can take it away from me. Grateful to God, to this universe, to everyone.” The video shows Munmun having a fun interaction with the other star cast, it has a glimpse of a chocolate cake, which was designed in numbers showing 4000. The star cast is seen performing aarti, eating sweets and dancing vigorously. The reel video is captioned: “Grateful for everything behind-the-scenes of shooting 4000 episodes… for this amazing team, and for the amazing viewers who stuck with us through thick and thin Are.”
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