The Family Man 2: Uday Mahesh aka Chellam Sir photobombs Sharad Kelkar’s & Priyamani’s picture, fans claim ‘he knows what happened in Lonavala’


Manoj Bajpayee’s The Family Man 2 has got the audience raving about the show. Besides, talking about the impeccable performances and gripping story line the web series has also given rise to a flood of memes and several of them feature Uday Mahesh who earned name and fame portraying Chellam Sir in the series. Now, Sharad Kelkar, who plays Arvind in the series shared a picture with Priyamani, who essayed the role of Suchitra. However, the picture also featured ‘Chellam Sir’ who photobombed the cute picture.

Sharad took to Instagram to share the picture and wrote, “I hate photobombers but chellam sir i love you @pillumani @rajanddk @bajpayee.manoj @thefamilymanonprime #thefamilyman2 #amazonprime #photobomb #funnymemes #funny @iamsumankumar.” While Priyamani took to the comments section and dropped a few laughing emojis, the fans of the show turned towards Chellam Sir to reveal what happened in Lonavala between the two actors in season one of the show.

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One fan wrote, “Nation want to Know Lonavla me kya hua?,” while another wrote, “Isliye Chellam sir ko sab pata rehata hai (this is how Chellam sir knows everything).” Another fan wrote, “Accha toh chelleam sir bhi the Lonavala mey! (So Chellam sir was also present in Lonavla),” while another user wrote, “Nothing chellam sir telling srikant in which hotel you guys were in Lonavala.” A fifth fan wrote, “So only Chellam sir knows what happened in Lonavala.”

Interestingly, in an earlier interview when Priyamani was asked about what happened in Lonavala she had said that maybe one should ask Chellam Sir about it. Fans have been asking the million dollar question as the second season ended on a cliffhanger. Responding to the queries, The Family Man creators Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK chose to keep the suspense alive and said, “Part of us was also thinking that when Srikant knows, let the audience know. Not let the audience know what Srikant does not know. If Srikant suspects something, let the audience suspect that. If Srikant has his own ideas, assumptions, let the audience have it. It's unfair for the audience to know and Srikant not to know."

(Source: Instagram/Film Companion)