Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah 21st September Full Episode

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Full Episode

The residents of a housing society help each other find solutions when they face common real-life challenges and get involved in sticky situations.

First episode date: July 28, 2008
No. of episodes: 2,530 (as of August 10, 2018)
Number of episodes: 2,530 (as of August 10, 2018)

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Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah (English: Taarak Mehta’s Inverted Spectacles) is India’s longest-running sitcom serial. It is produced by Neela Tele Films Private Limited. The show went on air on July 28, 2008. It airs from Monday to Friday on SAB TV. Reruns of the show started on Sony Pal on November 2, 2015.

The show is based on the column Duniya Ne Undha Chashma written by real-life columnist and journalist/playwright Taarak Mehta for Gujarati weekly magazine Chitralekha.

Gokuldham Society is a residential society in Powder Galli, Goregaon, Mumbai with four wings: A Wing, B Wing, C Wing and D Wing. Although the society has more than 50 flats, the show revolves around the lives of eight families:

There are also other recurring characters including Sundarlal (brother of Jethalal’s wife Daya, from Ahmedabad, Gujarat)and his friends. Abdul, the shopkeeper of the provisions store located outside the society entrance, reporter Rita Shrivastav from ‘Kal Tak’ a news channel, Inspector Chalu Pandey, Asit Kumarr Modi as himself, Jethalal’s shop assistants – Natwarlal Prabhashankar Udhaiwala (Natu Kaka) and his nephew Baagheshwar Dadu Udhaiwala (Baagha), who are often bent on doing the wrong job, and Baagha’s fiancĂ©e Bawri Dhondulal Kanpuria.

The members of the society and other characters have a good psychological bond of love and sympathy for one another that makes them live like members of one family. They are often seen celebrating festivals and participating in events together. Although they are shown to live the lives of typical Indian families, the characters, more often than not Jethalal Gada, tend to find themselves in trouble, cropping up from routine activities that intensify in a comical manner.

The quirks of the individual characters seek to enhance the humour quotient of the show. Whatever the nature of the problem that a member of the society encounters, all the other members stand by them to extend every possible help. In an episode, the resolution of the problem that a character faces is usually followed by a moral message at the end by Taarak Mehta, which is meant for all the characters of the show as well as the viewers.