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champak chacha injured, TMKOC: amit bhatt aka champak chacha gets injured during shooting of ‘taarak mehta ka ulta chashma’

Mumbai: Although many characters have changed in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, its popularity still remains. However, viewers are also complaining that it does not have the same color as before. The fans of this show, who are constantly struggling to maintain their grip on the audience, have come to the fore. According to reports, Amit Bhatt, Champak Chacha of Tarak Mehta’s Ulta Chashma, has been injured during the shoot.

According to a report by our partner Etimes TV, Amit Bhatt, who plays Champak Chacha in Tarak Mehta’s Ulta Chashma, has been advised by his doctor to take complete bed rest after sustaining an injury during shooting. He is currently not shooting for the show.

The report quoted sources from the show as saying that Amit Bhatt was supposed to run for a scene, but while running, he lost his balance and fell down. He suffered a lot of injuries due to the fall. They are not even shooting. The doctor has advised him to rest.

The makers of the show have asked Amit Bhatt to rest. All the actors of the show are worried about Champak Chacha’s injury and are praying for his speedy recovery.

Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma is one of the longest running shows on Indian television and its characters are loved by people all over the world. Amit Bhatt aka Champak Chacha is a very popular character on the show and his bonding with his on-screen son Jethalal (Dilip Joshi) is a lot of fun for all. Amit has been a part of the show since its inception and has a good relationship with everyone. However, many may not know that Amit Bhatt in real life is younger than his on-screen son Dilip Joshi.

The show recently completed 14 years and had a cake cutting ceremony on the sets. Recently, Sachin Shroff entered the show as Tarak Mehta’s character. Shailesh Lodha used to play this letter before. Apart from Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma, Amit Bhatt has also worked in serials like CID, Khichdi and FIR.

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