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Court Room Drama Unfolds In Gokuldham Society With Atmaram Bhide On Trial In Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasmah

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Jyothi Venkatesh

The upcoming episode of Neela Tele Films Private Limited’s Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah takes an interesting twist. While a majority of Gokuldham residents have been allocated performances for the Rangarang programme, Mr. and Mrs. Bhide along with Nattu Kaka will be seen playing out a courtroom drama. The Society has leveled several allegations against the ’Ekameva’ secretary of Gokuldham ranging from being a stickler for rules to being a spoilsport by not letting the children have fun and everything else in between. Ironically, his wife – Madhavi Bhide will be the prosecutor while Nattu Kaka is the presiding judge for the case. Of course courtroom dramas may not sound like fun but in Gokuldham Society’s court even the Judge will tickle the audiences’ funny bone and make them burst out with laughter.

“Acting as a lawyer was so much fun! From time to time I tease my husband when he unnecessarily thinks too much or such other silly things but as a prosecutor I quite literally got to take his case,” giggles Sonalika Joshi who plays the role of Mrs. Madhavi Bhide.

Amidst the trial, as is customary in Gokuldham society, Nattu Kaka and Jethaa lal get into a verbal spat which only will make the viewer’s laugh even harder. What will be the outcome of the case? Will Mr. Bhide be let off innocent or will he be held guilty? Will the residents of Gokuldham go easy on him or will they punish him? To find out, watch Neela Tele Films Private Limited’s show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, every Monday to Friday at 8:30pm only on SAB TV.

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