It is known that Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah has been produced by Asit Modi, while Malav Razda and Dharmesh Mehta along with Abhishek Sharma and Harshad Joshi have directed it. However, Malav Razda left the show a few weeks back. Even before him, many other artists have said goodbye to ‘Taarak Mehta’. Well, here we are talking about the MNS controversy related to ‘Taarak Mehta’.
Hindi was told the common language of Mumbai
In fact, in an episode of this show, it was claimed that Hindi is the common language of Mumbai. In an episode of ‘Taarak Mehta’, Amit Bhat, who plays Champak Chacha in the show, called Hindi the language of Mumbai. Maharashtra Navnirman Sena got enraged on this matter. He asked the show’s producer Asit Modi and actor Amit Bhat to apologise. Amit apologised, but Asit Modi did not apologise. The ruckus increased on this matter.
‘If I don’t apologise, I won’t let the shooting happen’
MNS warned that it would not allow the shooting of the show if Asit Modi did not apologise. Also issued a notice to the makers of the show. Not only this, MNS film staff chairman Ameya Khopkar had threatened the makers of ‘Taarak Mehta’ to teach a lesson to the Maharashtrian artistes working in the show, calling them ‘Gujarati insects’. shame on them.
Asit Modi gave clarification, apologized
As the controversy escalated, Asit Modi then clarified on Twitter. He wrote, ‘Mumbai is in Maharashtra and the official language of our Maharashtra is Marathi. There is no doubt in this. I am Indian I am Maharashtrian and also Gujarati. I respect all Indian languages. Long live India.’
Along with Asit Modi’s apology, an apology was also shared by sharing a video from the official Twitter handle of the show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’. At the same time, Ameya Khopkar also said that the makers of ‘Taarak Mehta’ know that Marathi language is the most spoken language in Mumbai. But he did it again, this is his propaganda.
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