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Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actor Ghanshyam Nayak aka Nattu Kaka is very much loved by the audiences. However, since the past few episodes, he has been missing from the show. Fans are waiting for his comeback. But, he couldn’t join the TMKOC shootings outside Maharashtra owing to the COVID situations. Amidst this, rumours of Ghanshyam Nayak aka Nattu Kaka facing financial crunches did rounds on social media. However, the Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actor has finally reacted to them. He has squashed any such speculations.

In a recent interview with the Times of India, Ghanshyam Nayak clarified these rumours and revealed that he is not facing any financial stress. “I don’t understand why people pass such negativity around? I have not taken a break from the show,” he stated. The TMOKOC actor further added that due to the grim situations senior actors are not shooting outside Maharashtra.


Nattu Kaka said that they’re following safety protocols and it is in the senior actors’ interest that the makers have taken this decision. “I am not unemployed, the team is looking after us. And I hope to resume shooting as soon as they move back to Mumbai,” he cleared the air.

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Clarifying speculations about financial woes, Ghanshyam Nayak said, “I am not suffering from any financial crisis.” He shared that he is enjoying time at home with his grandchildren. Further, he added that his children are helping people who are in need with whatever possible. “I am neither unemployed nor suffering from any financial woes,” the actor concluded.

Meanwhile, TMKOC is one of the longest-running shows on Indian Television. The sitcom started its journey in 2008 and has successfully completed 1300+ episodes in these years.

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