Tmkoc’s Dilip Joshi feels everyone should be responsible and take care of themselves than blaming government.
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actor Dilip Joshi in a recent interview with Hindustan times talked about current situation in nation, The actor feels, not shoot or work, but people’s lives are more important right now and have faith, this too shall pass.
“When the lockdown ends, we’ve to be as careful as we are today. People shouldn’t start going out or behaving as if nothing happened,” says Dilip Joshi, talking about the spike in Covid-19 cases across the country.
He adds, “People should be responsible and need to cooperate, rather than just blaming the govt. That won’t help if we aren’t careful and following guidelines. Or else, this may never end. we’ve to take care of social distance, wear masks, get vaccinated at the earliest.”
He suggests everyone take steam regularly to remain healthy and maintain all protocols, even when the cases reduce and not get lax.
As some TV shoots are on in other states, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma isn’t being shot for now and he agrees with the production house’s decision to not shoot. “Work will continue but people’s lives are more important. That’s the priority right now. the opposite productions who are shooting in several cities must be taking utmost care. i believe in God and his will. Saari hekdi is pandemic ne utaar di hai.
All development, technology, money- you name it sab dhara ka dhara reh gaya. Everyone is at home, nothing else matters right now than family and your health. We took nature by granted and that i hope we’ve learnt the lesson. we’ve to know aur dhairya aur saiyam rakho. Nothing is permanent and this too shall pass. Have faith,” he philosophies.
Dilip Joshi have worked in several noteworthy films and shows in the past but the way his performance is applauded in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, is unmissable. The actor, who started his career with Salman Khan’s film Maine Pyar Kiya in 1989 alongside Bhagyashee, played the role of Ramu. He went on to star in films like Hun Hunshi Hunshilal and Hum Aapke Hain Koun until he ventured into television with Kabhi Yeh Kabhi Woh in 1995.
He is known for portraying several supporting roles in serials like Daal Mein Kala, Kora Kagaz, Hum Sab Ek Hain, Aaj Ke Shrimaan Shrimati, and Hum Sab Baraati. However, it’s his latest show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah that has made him a household name.