Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Stars Munmun Dutta and Raj Anadkat Engaged? Here’s What You Need to Know

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Actress Munmun Dutta and Actor Raj Anadkat from the show “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah” are in the news for reportedly getting engaged, according to a source close to them. Munmun, who is 36 years old, and Raj, who is 27, exchanged rings earlier this month with their families present.

Their engagement ceremony happened quietly outside Mumbai, in Vadodara, Gujarat. A source shared, “The two exchanged rings in Vadodara. Munmun and Raj’s families have accepted their relationship and they were also present at the ceremony.”

It’s been known among their colleagues on the show that Munmun and Raj have been dating since Raj joined the cast of “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah”. “It was very evident. Everyone on the sets knew about it. In fact, some people were certain that Munmun and Raj would get married eventually,” the source added.

Both Munmun Dutta and Raj Anadkat were reached out to for comments, but neither has responded yet.

However, after the news of their engagement made rounds, Munmun dismissed the rumours and called them “ridiculous, fake, and ludicrous.” She stated, “Zero ounce of truth in it. And frankly, I don’t want to give my energy to this fake thing that keeps coming up again and again.” Similarly, Raj also clarified on his Instagram stories that the engagement news is false and baseless.

This isn’t the first time rumors about Munmun and Raj’s relationship have surfaced. Similar reports were published by Times of India in September 2021, which both actors had denied on social media.

Munmun had criticized the media for spreading false stories about her personal life without her consent. She wrote, “To the media and their zero credibility ‘journos’, who has given you the right to post ‘imaginary’ ‘made up’ articles in people’s name about their private life without their consent?”

Raj also addressed the rumors and urged people to think about the consequences of spreading false stories about his life without his consent. He 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.”

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