Tarak Mehta

Tarak Mehta:
"You may wonder who is this man with his legs stretched strangely against a wall and why is he doing so!

I am Tarak Mehta. Now about the strange posture. My father had told me a story when i was a child. Story of a clown. The clown fell seriously ill. On his death-bed he was anxious only about one thing, 'All my life i have made people laugh to their heart's content. Now when i die, they will weep. How can this be accepted? My duty, my religion is to make them laugh. I cannot lose my religion. So i must do something which will compel them to laugh even in my death.'"

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