Think of the repercussions that can happen in my life because of your 'COOKED UP' stories: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah's Raj Anadkat on rumours of dating Munmun Dutta


A leading daily's report stated that Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah co-actors Munmun Dutta and Raj Anadkat are in a relationship. Munmun plays the role of Babita whereas Raj is Tapu, the son of Babita's neighbour Jethalal Gada. The rumour of their relationship spread across the entertainment industry like wildfire. After maintaining a dignified silence over the matter, Raj has finally reacted to the buzz. 

In a statement on Instagram, the actor wrote, "To everyone, who has been constantly writing about me, THINK of the repercussions that can happen in my life because of your 'COOKED UP' (false) stories and that too about my life without my consent. All the creative people out there please channelise your creativity somewhere else it will be helpful to you. May God bless them with good sense."


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On Sunday, Munmun issued a statement and reacted to the rumour. In the now-deleted post, the actress slammed netizens for 'ripping her dignity apart' with the kind of comments they passed. She further slammed them for age-shaming women on social media. 

Munmun wrote, "To the general public, I had far better expectations from you. But the FILTH that you have showered in the comment section, even from the so-called 'LITERATE' ones proves how regressive a society we are. Women are constantly AGE SHAMED, SLUT SHAMED, MOM SHAMED, at the cost of YOUR humour. Whether YOUR humour drives someone to the edge of a mental breakdown or not, is NEVER your concern. 13 years of entertaining people and it didn't take 13 minutes for anyone of you to RIP MY DIGNITY APART. So next time someone is clinically depressed or driven to take their own lives, pause and think whether it was YOUR WORDS that drove that person to the edge or not. Today, I am ashamed of calling myself a DAUGHTER OF INDIA."

(Source: Instagram)