Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Munmun Dutta, Raj Anadkat engaged: Report

 

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah (TMKOC) has been one of the most talked about shows on Indian television. Munmun Dutta and Raj Anadkat, who played Babita Iyer and Tipendra Jethalal Gada aka Tapu respectively in the show, were rumored to be dating. While Munmun initially criticized these reports on social media and called them ‘made up stories’, according to a report in News 18, the couple recently got engaged in a private ceremony. (Also read: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah producer Asit Modi lands in legal trouble)

Munmun Dutta and Raj Anadkat recently got engaged in Vadodara.

Munmun Dutta-Raj Anadkat exchanged rings

According to the portal, the TMKOC co-stars exchanged rings in an intimate ceremony in Vadodara (Gujarat) in the presence of their families. A source told News18, “The engagement took place just a few days ago. Apparently both of them exchanged rings in Vadodara (Gujarat). Munmun and Raj’s families have accepted their relationship and were also present at the ceremony. It further added, “They have been dating ever since Raj joined Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. It was very clear. Everyone on the set knew about it. In fact, some people were sure that Munmun and Raj would eventually get married. So, it is not shocking that they are engaged now.

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Munmun Dutta had earlier denied dating rumors

Munmun and Raj had given their personal reactions on Instagram when their dating rumors surfaced in 2021. Raj wrote on his handle, “Everyone, who is constantly writing about me, think about the consequences that can happen in my life because of your ‘cooked up’ (false) stories and that too without my consent. about my life. All the creative people out there please apply your creativity somewhere else otherwise it will be useful for you. May God grant him wisdom.” Munmun also hit back at the trolls who commented on her personal life. His Instagram post read, “Entertained people for 13 years and it didn’t take even 13 minutes for any of you to tear down my dignity. So the next time someone is clinically depressed or feels driven to take their own life, stop and think about whether or not it was your words that pushed that person over the edge. Today I feel ashamed to call myself the daughter of India.”

Munmun and Raj have not yet made an official announcement about their engagement.

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