Happy Birthday Disha Vakani 2021: Many people may not know him by Disha Vakani, but if he is called Daya Ben, people will quickly recognise him. Today is the birthday of Disha Vakani, who is famous from house to house for the character of Daya Ben of ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’.
Born on August 17, 1978, Disha is celebrating her 43rd birthday today. Disha Vakani has shared the screen with actors like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan, but she got her accurate recognition from the character of Daya Ben.
Happy Birthday Disha Vakani 2021
Disha, who has worked in many B grade films, entertained the audience a lot through ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ from 2009 to 2018. Everyone liked Disha’s style of talking in the character of Daya Ben. Mainly when she used to say ‘Tappu Ke Papa’. Since Disha has departed from the show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, her fans have longed to hear Tappu Ke Papa from her mouth. No one knows whether Disha will be a part of the show again or not, but the audience can hardly see any other actress in her place.
Why did Disha Vakani use to call Jethalal Tappu’s father?
At the moment, on the special occasion of Disha Vakani’s birthday, let us introduce you to an old story of hers. This was when Disha was a part of the show, and in an interview given to a portal, she revealed that she is a part of the show. Talking on his famous line Tappu Ke Papa, Daya Ben, aka Disha Vakani, had said – It is a custom in Gujarati families that the wife does not call her husband by his name. It is believed that if she does this, then her husband’s life will be reduced. That is why she addresses him as the father of her child, or she will call him by asking, ‘Are you listening?
During this, Disha Vakani also said that I think canned laughter does not necessarily make the show a comedy. Instead, the audience should suddenly laugh after seeing the show. Our show Taarak Mehta is in a way reminiscent of Charlie Chaplin, who used to say – “I always like to walk in the rain, so no one can see me crying.”