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Head production controller of ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasma’ passed away

A unit member of the popular comedy show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasma‘ passed away while on the sets of…

By Administrator in Television on July 1, 2016

A unit member of the popular comedy show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasma‘ passed away while on the sets of the show. Arvind Marchande, head production controller of the show, died on the sets. Marchande suffered a heart attack and had complained of chest pain before the incident.

As reported by that initially, the chest pain was thought to be indigestion and Arvind Marchande was given medication to bring some relief from the indigestion. However, to everyone’s horror, Marchande couldn’t tolerate the pain and died on the spot. He was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital but was declared dead on arrival.

Arvind Marchande, who was a Head production controller of popular TV show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma passed away on the sets.


Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah” which was launched in 2008 by Neela Telefilms has gained immense popularity among viewers over the years as a family entertainer. Last month, the comedy series, which has Dilip Joshi (Jethalal) and Disha Vakani (Dayaben) in key roles entered the Limca Book of Records as the longest running comedy fiction show.

Arvind Marchande was immediately rushed to a suburban hospital where he was declared dead. Arvind’s sudden demise has shocked everyone and as a result shooting has been called off for a day or two. Producer Asit Modi and other people associated with the show paid a visit to the hospital to offer their sympathy.

Rubina Shergill, popularly known for her performance on “Mrs. Kaushik Ki Paanch Bahuein,” who died in Mumbai in 2012. Rubina had asthma and was rushed to a hospital after she suffered a severe attack on the sets. However, during the treatment she slipped into coma and eventually breathed her last in January 2012.

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