Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah cast beats the Heat in Style

Even with the hot weather, the cast of "Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah" is working hard to keep everyone entertained and cheerful. Read on to know more.

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The scorching heat this summer is worrying. Even with the hot weather, the cast of "Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah" is working hard to keep everyone entertained and cheerful.

The team of "Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah" works around the clock to entertain its viewers. While the actors put in their hard work, it's the responsibility of Neela Films and the show's creator, Asit Kumarr Modi, to keep everyone motivated, provide a healthy and happy work environment, and take care of everyone on the set.

Talking about the precautions taken on the sets of TMKOC, Asit Kumarr Modi said, " Every day, we hear about how global warming is making summers hotter in our country and across Asia. On our sets, we ensure the team stays safe in these challenging conditions.”

"We try to avoid shooting in direct sunlight as much as possible and if it's unavoidable we put skimmer (shade) to avoid harsh sunlight. Between 12 noon to 4 or 5pm we distribute Sharbat or Nimbu Pani to every unit member to keep them Hydrated and energetic.  As everyone is aware we have a garden in the Gokuldham Society, we water plants and Garden around afternoon so it converts warm air into mild breeze. This is a very old technique followed in our villages till today." 

Apart from these hacks followed on sets of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah and considering the current summer situation Asit Kumarr Modi has highlighted this heat issue in his upcoming track as well. “We humans have access to everything and if we don't we can ask for things we want as simple as water but animals and birds around us don't have that liberty so it's our responsibility to at least keep water in our surroundings for them. We have also tried to give same message in our upcoming track," Asit Kumarr Modi concluded.