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Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Update | Aishwarya Sakhuja will replace Disha Wakani in ‘Taarak Mehta…’, will be seen in the role of Dayaben.

Mumbai: The present ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ has been entertaining the viewers quite a bit since final 14 years. Many updates are popping out about this present. Generally a few new entry within the present and generally about an actor leaving the present. The viewers nonetheless loves Dayaben’s character. Additionally, Disha is eagerly ready for Vakani’s return. However now evidently all hopes of a return to course have been dashed. The present makers have made up their thoughts to switch Disha Vakani.

In line with media studies, the gorgeous actress of TV goes to be seen instead of Disha Vakani, a well-known TV actress. Allow us to inform you, Asit Modi, the producer of ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ had not too long ago stated {that a} new actress is being hunted for the function of Dayaben. Auditions have additionally been executed for this. In line with Zoom TV, actress Aishwarya Sakhuja tops the shortlist. It’s stated that he has been chosen in Dayaben’s look check.

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The character of Dayaben is the preferred character of this sequence. Nevertheless, the viewers was upset as a consequence of Dayaben’s disappearance from the present. Seeing the demand of the viewers for a number of days, the producers of the present had been additionally in search of a brand new actress. Now Aishwarya Sakhuja might be seen within the function of the brand new Dayaben. If this occurs then the viewers will be capable of see Dayaben in a number of days. Nevertheless, no official data has been revealed from Aishwarya or the makers about this. Aishwarya appeared in ‘Saas Bina Sasural’.

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