MUMBAI: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is one of the most popular television shows. It sure is one of the longest-running Indian sitcoms by episode count. Along with the show, the cast members are hugely famous among fans.
Recently, the show completed 13 years of its successful run and the cast and crew celebrated it with utmost zeal. Here's a look at popular TV actors who did brief roles in the show
Surbhi Chandna: The actress is immensely popular on small screen. She is known for shows like Ishqbaaz, Naagin 5. However, very few know that before making it big in showbiz, Surbhi made a cameo appearance in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. She'd played the role of Jethalal's secretary, who, later, cons everyone by claiming to be Jethalal's wife. This creates a huge ruckus in Gokuldham Society.
Mahira Sharma: Former Bigg Boss 13 contestant and Punjabi actress Mahira Sharma hosted one of the events organised by the Tapu Sena at Gokuldham Society. Apart from this, she also played the role of Anjali Taarak Mehta's younger sister in one of the episodes.
Kari Irwin Otteburn: Kari Irwin Otteburn is an American actress, who is fond of Indian cinema and was seen as an extra in films like My Name is Khan, Un Hazaroon Ke Naam and a few more. However, it was only after her appearance as 'Kerry' in the show, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah that she gained popularity.
Simple Kaul: The actress played the role of a Kashmiri woman, who turns Jethalal's life upside down by claiming to be his wife. She had put up a tent outside Gokuldham Society to prove it to everyone that Jethalal and she exchanged wedding vows in the mountains, which he seems to have been forgotten about.
Rakesh Bedi: He is a stalwart in the entertainment industry and plays the role of Taarak Mehta's boss (editor) on the show. He is mostly seen when Taarak has to request for leaves to rescue his 'param mitra' (best friend) Jethalal from a problem. His character is shown as someone, who refuses to grant a leave to his employee Taarak but eventually gives in.
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CREDIT: TIMES OF INDIA