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Daya misses Jetha...All the other ladies are excited & prepare for the Traditional Dress Competition with full enthu...Rita interviews Bhide & Tapu Sena & she also tells them that their society would be a part of the contest organized by their KAL TAK Channel for Best Decoration of the Ganesh Pandal. Later we see all the ladies are dressed in a traditional way...The competition begins...Tapu Sena judge them...Roshan is the first entrant she is dressed in a typical South Indian style, followed by Babita - Gujrati, Anjali - Marwadi, Madhavi Bhabhi - Punjabi, Rita Reporter is dressed Kashmiri outfit, Sonu, Roshan enters she is also dressed similar to Komal & there's a small argument between the two but Tapu sorts it out...He says that although they were dressed in a same way he would give them different points & they both look relieved...Daya is the last participant & she is wearing Bengali sari...All the men appreciate each participant as they perform...Tapu asks Taarak uncle to announce the winner & Taarak is about to announce the winner of Traditional Dress Competition...
The show is inspired from the famous humorous column 'Duniya Ne Undha Chasma' written by the eminent Gujarati writer Mr. Tarak Mehta. This story evolves around happenings in "Gokuldham Co-operative Society" and covers topical issues which are socially relevant.The show predominantly revolves around 'Jethalaal' (Dilip Joshi) who is an uneducated Gujarati businessman. Your 'Taarak Mehta' (Sailesh Lodha), is his neighbour. 'Jethalaal' finds a friend and philosopher in 'Taarak Mehta' and often goes to him for advice whenever he is in trouble. Jethalaal's family includes his simpleton wife 'Daya Ben' (Disha Wakani) and a mischievous son 'Tapu' (Bhavya Gandhi). Tapu is a menace and a constant source of trouble to all the members of Gokuldham. They have often warned 'Jethalaal' to reform 'Tapu' or else be prepared to leave the premises. Lost hopes of being heard by his son pushes Jethalaal' to call his father 'Champaklal' (Amit Bhatt) from the village. This was his great idea of leashing some control over the mischievous Tapu. The opposite happens and the grandfather joins hands with the grandson to make life a roller coaster troublesome ride for Jethalaal.