Popular TV program, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, has turned out to be one of the most talked-about shows in the recent years. Raj Anadkat, who portrayed the character of Tapu, has also announced his departure from the program.
In the sitcom, he portrays Tapu, the little son of Jethalal (Dilip Joshi) and Daya (Disha Vakani). While there were several rumors that he was going to quit the program, he used social media portal to put them to rest and announce his exit.
Raj also thanked the cast of the show and other people in a lengthy post on Instagram. His tweet already gained massive popularity on social media, causing internet users to discuss it.
“Hello everyone, it’s time to lay all questions and speculation to rest. My association with Neela Film Productions and ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ has officially ended. It has been a wonderful journey of learning, making friends and having some of the best years of my career.”
“I would like to thank everyone who supported me in this journey – The entire team of TMKOC, my friends, family and of course all of you. Everyone who welcomed me into the show and loved me as ‘TAPU’ Your love for my craft has always pushed me to give my best to each and every one of you, every single time. I wish the team of TMKOC all the very best for the future of the show. I’ll be back to entertain all of you very soon. Keep showering your love and support.”
Raj Anadkat Speaks Up About Dating Rumours With Munmun Dutta
Raj Anadkat also went on to address his alleged relationship with the actress after Munmun Dutta. “There were random people talking about these things. But I was busy doing my thing and job. It’s (Gossip) a part of an actor’s life. I focus on my stuff and ignore these things. I tried to avoid the distractions. I don’t get bothered about rumours,” Hindustan Times cited Raj Anadkat as saying.
“Nothing went wrong. It was my decision. As an actor, I want to grow more in the field, try different genres and things. I did this character for five years and I’m grateful. But I wanted to do something else creatively. There was an understanding (between me and the production house). It just felt like I’m graduating from school to college. There’s no bitterness.”