Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s ‘Jogi’ Samay Shah writes an emotional note after the death of Bhavya Gandhi’s father

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actor Bhavya Gandhi lost his father this week. Young actor Bhavya Gandhi, popularly known as Tapu of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, lost his father Vinod Gandhi in Covid-19 on Tuesday.

Now, Samay Shah, who plays Jogi’s role on the sitcom, has taken to Instagram to share a note from Bhavya’s father’s heart. Samay and Bhavya and their mother’s cousins.

He also adds that he is the only one who has lost someone who knows the pain and asks why it happened to them, but in the end, they find comfort.

“UJiske sath hota voi samajta, auro ko toh dekhaye ka khel rachna na, auro ko to bas dur dur beth kar baatein bol na. Magar asal me, jiske sath hota voi kisi ko khota. Khota aur fir rote rote, vakh bhi apne aap ko chup karata Aur andhar he andhar chikta aur fir bar bar puchta ki kyu kyu sirf mere sath he aisa hota? !!!, ”wrote Samay Shah.

bhavya Gandhi, Samay shah aka Jogi of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah shared this emotional text and a picture of Bhavya Gandhi’s father. He spoke about how the family had been struggling for the past few weeks trying to get him the right medical aid. He said Vinod contracted the flu about a month ago and there was a slight infection in his lungs. After a few days of separation at home, they discovered that the infection had doubled.

“I could not find a hospital. Everywhere I went they asked me to register at BMC and when our number came they would call me… I ended up getting him a hospital bed in Dadar. Where he stayed for two days and there again doctors told me he needed an ICU and we don’t have it yet. So, please transfer him to another hospital, and then I will call at least 500 calls for an ICU bed, ”he told Sotboboye.

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He also pointed out that the family had to pay a large sum of money to get him an ICU bed and the necessary medical treatment. Still, she would not survive. Vinod Gandhi was in the construction business and is now survived by his wife Yashodha and his sons Nischit and Bhavya.


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