TMKOC actress Munmun Dutta dances to the legendary track Chandu Ke Chacha, Raj Anadkat aka Tapu agrees to her moves

Munmun Dutta shares dance video

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is one of the most famous TV shows. It’s been running for over 13 years now and small screen viewers love the sitcom as much as the characters. Some of TMKOC’s actors are active social media users and keep the show’s audience engaged with their posts. One of them is Munmun Duttaknown for playing Babita Bhabhi, the wife of scientist Iyer and Jethalal’s crush.

Today the actress shared a video of her dancing on the iconic track Chandu Ke Chacha. She collaborated with an Instagram influencer Sagar Bohra and the two danced their hearts out.

Munmun shared the video and wrote: “Very happy to present our fun collaboration to the world. We had a lot of fun doing it and it shows. Many liked Munmun’s video and one of them was Raj Anadkat. He is known for playing Tapu on TMKOC.

Watch the video here:

Raj Anadkat39's double tap
Raj Anadkat’s double tap

Last year, rumors circulated that Raj was dating Munmun after he commented on one of her Instagram posts. The two have been subjected to massive social media trolling over their age difference on the show. Both Raj and Munmun had posted individual statements on social media to clear the air.

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Speaking of Munmun’s testimony alone, part of it read: “13 years of entertaining people and it didn’t take 13 minutes for any of you to DESTROY MY DIGNITY. So the next time someone is clinically depressed or motivated to take their own life, stop and consider whether or not it was YOUR WORDS that marginalized that person,” her statement concludes words: “Today I am ashamed to call myself a DAUGHTER OF INDIA.”

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