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Did You Know Dilip Joshi aka Jethalal’s Famous Dialogue “Ae Pagal Aurat” Of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Was Discontinued Afer Facing An Objection?

Once Dilip Joshi had to face deep trouble for his dialogue “Ae pagal aurat” in the show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. Scroll down to know all details.

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah is one of the longest running TV shows of the Indian Television history. Each and every character of the show has become a household name over the years. On social media we can witness several memes about the show. Jethalal which was played by Dilip Joshi is among one of the most popular characters of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. The actor once had to face huge trouble for his dialogue which made us laugh.

Actor Dilip Joshi is a part of the show from the very beginning which is from 2008. He is most loved for his character Jethalal. From children to old ones everyone loves Jethalal. He has delivered some iconic funny lines in the show. One of them is “Ae pagal aurat”. This turned out to be a huge rage among the audience. Many times the line can be seen in the meme template on social media.

The actor has shared how this line landed him along with the show into a big trouble. He also shared that since then the line was discontinued.

In a recent podcast with Sorabh Pant, Dilip shared that the line “Ae pagal aurat” was improvised by him and surprisingly it became a hit. But later some people raised objection for that and demanded not to use that.

Dilip said, “Yeh jo ‘paagal aurat’ wala tha, woh maine improvise kiya. On set koi aise situation aayi thi, the way Daya reacted, toh scene karte karte mere mooh se nikal gaya, ‘Ae, paagal aurat!’ Matlab, ‘Kya, kuch bhi bol rahi hai!’ But baad mein, uspe kuch women’s lib ya koi movement tha, mujhe bataya gaya, ‘Aage se, aap yeh nahi bolenge.’”

In English, it means, “I improvised the ‘paagal aurat’ line. There was a situation on the set, and the way Dayaben reacted, it slipped out of my mouth while doing the scene, ‘Crazy woman!’ I meant she was saying something ridiculous. But later, there was some women’s liberation movement or something, and I was told never to repeat it again.”

Dilip also said that the line was usef on a lighter note but a group of people took it on a serious note.

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