Tarak Mehta the creator of Tarak Mehta Na Ulta Chashma passes away.

Tarak Mehta, RIP, Tarak Mehta Na Ulta Chashma, Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma

Tarak Mehta a renowned author, humorist, columnist, playwright and the creator of the famous series ‘Duniya Ne Undha Chashma’ has left for the heavenly abode on March 1, 2017. The Padma Shri writer was suffering from old-age ailments and wasn’t keeping well since past three months. He took his last breath in Ahmedabad, and is servived by his wife, daughter and two grandsons. The writer has drafted approximately 80 books in his lifetime, and the television adaptation of his humour series rechristened as ‘Tarak Mehta Na Ulta Chashma’ has been among the most viewed TV series of recent times. Known for his clean humour and exceptional depth of characters, his stories are immortal and will continue to bring laughter for generations to come.

Even at the age of 87 Mehta regularly contributed the Undha Chashma stories within publications. CreativeYatra shall continue to draw inspiration from his works. A heart felt homage to the veteran.

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