If people are looking for comedy on television then Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah always comes in the top list. It has been 12 years and the show is still hitting the TRP charts with its amazing and comical content. Recently, a heartwarming post has also gone viral on social media, where a son thanked the show for making his father happy.
As per the reports, his father was in the ICU after he had a brain stroke. In the viral post, the man named Akshay Mathur thanked the show for bringing a smile on his father’s face who is in ICU.
Interestingly, the post has sought the attention of the producer of the show, Asit Kumar Modi, who also shared it on Twitter.
Modi shared the screenshot of the post and captioned it, “Thank you for your love. Your love inspires us.”
Thank you for your love. Your love inspire us pic.twitter.com/PC7oiQivLT— Asit Kumarr Modi (@AsitKumarrModi) May 3, 2020
The post shared by Akshay showed his father in the hospital ward was smiling while watching TMKOC show.
He captioned the post, “So my dad suffered a brain stroke and was in the ICU for almost 6 days. The first thing which he asked me to put on the television once he was shifted to a wad was Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma. Luckily there was a scene of Jeth and Babita going on and I could see him smiling. Such is the power of this show. This is a small tribute to the show and its makers!”
After Modi shared the post of Akshay on his Twitter account, fans of the show also joined in and started pouring lovely comments.
Check out some reactions:
This is best comedy show in the world— Lovish Goyal (@lovishgoyal95) May 5, 2020
Tarak Mehta ka ooltah chashma should be nominated for highest national award. It's not a joke to run the program for so long with full ON entertainment. Jethaji is all time favourite and should be given a National award too for entertaining us non stop from so many years— Raje_42🇮🇳 (@Raje_42) May 4, 2020
Sir we are truly loving you and your Serial TMKOC. You have gave a reson to smile. You have bring Smile, Knowledge, happiness and little bit of tears. You might not believe I have seen around 1 to 1800 episodes 5 times. Please never stop the show. We want to see Dayaji again..😊— Sagar (@Sagar53636652) May 4, 2020
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah started in 2008.