Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Iyer sings a song for Babita by burning Jethalal, listening to Tappu's father
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Tarak Mehta… The show has managed to win the love of the audience for more than a decade. This is why neither the show's actors are bored with it nor are there any chances of the show closing. Rather, fans also enjoy its repeat telecast episodes. In one such show, it was shown that an antakshari program is kept in the Gokudham Society. In this program everyone's team is formed. During this Jethalal sings some romantic songs while hitting the line on Babita. Iyer gets irritated seeing this and shows his jealousy to Jethalal only through songs.
During this time, as soon as Iyer gets a chance to sing, he sings a song for Babita, taunting Jethalal, 'If you see someone else, the heart burns… the heart becomes hard with great difficulties…' Jethalal wakes up on hearing this song. Because only Iyer, Jethalal and Tarak Mehta in the court of Antakshari, adorned in Gokuldham, understand that it was not just the song but a jet of Iyer on Jethalal that becomes the mouth of Jethalal. After this, Jethalal gets a chance to sing again in the Mahafil and this time he goes to Babita humming Babita.
Seeing Jethalal approaching Babita, as soon as Iyer is about to say something, Jethalal immediately turns to Bapu. After this, Bhide, Tarak Mehta, Doctor Hansraj Elephant entertain everyone with their respective songs. During Antakshari, Jethalal's Bapu ji Champak Lal gets to see a different style… he not only chants songs with Tappu Sena but also comes on stage to dance.
The Antakshari Competition in Gokuldham is completed with full blown fun. But when Jethalal's eyes are not compelled by habit, Babita's eye scientist and Babita's husband Krishnanan Iyer, who keeps an eye on Jethalal's every act, keeps his focus on Jethalal all the time to see where Jethalal is looking. Anyway, whether it is Antakshari or a festival in Gokuldham, on the normal day Jethalal and Iyer are seen sarcasting each other.