Mumbai Producer of Popular TV Serial Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chasma gets threat from MNS for claiming Hindi as common language of Mumbai in an episode

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    Mumbai: Mumbai Producer of Popular TV Serial Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chasma gets threat from MNS for claiming Hindi as common language of Mumbai in an episode

    Mumbai: MNS Chief Raj Thackeray on Tuesday warned the makers of Indian daily soap Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah over their episode claiming Hindi as the common language of Mumbai. 

    According the chairman of the Maharashtra Navnirman Film Staff Ameya Khopkar, the makers of the show are doubly aware that ‘Marathi’ is the commonly spoken language in Mumbai and yet they decided to spread such systematic propaganda from the series.

    Calling the makers of the show as ‘Gujarati insects’ he further said that at least the Maharashtrian artists working in the show should have felt ashamed about it. He also threatened to teach them a lesson. 

    In the video, one of the characters Amit Bhatt who plays Baluji says “our Gokuldham is in Mumbai and the common language of Mumbai is Hindi and hence we write the ‘Suvichar’ (Thought for the day) in Hindi.

    Taking to Twitter, General Secretary of MNS, Shalini Thackeray reiterated the same. In her tweet, she said, “If SAB TV does not agree that Mumbai’s ‘common language’ is not Hindi but Marathi.

    Then the Maharashtra soldiers will have to write ‘Suvichar’ under their ears! That too in Marathi! Can you read the ‘Marathi thoughts under your ear’ properly!!

    News Edit by K.V.Raman

    File picture of MNS chief Raj Thackeray

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