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    Taarak Mehta’s Gurucharan Singh Shares a Heartwarming Smile with Police Officer in First Photo After 28 Days Away

    Taarak Mehta In the picture, Gurucharan Singh smiled as he stood next to the cop. He wore a striped turban and black T-shirt.

    The Taarak Mehta first picture of actor Gurucharan Singh, who had been missing since April 22, has emerged. Taking to X (formerly Twitter) on Saturday morning, news agency ANI shared Gurucharan’s picture with a police officer. Taarak Mehta Ka Oooltah Chashmah fame actor returned to his Delhi residence on Friday after 28 days.

    Gurucharan Singh returned to his Delhi home after nearly a month.

    Gurucharan Singh poses for camera

    In the picture, Gurucharan Singh smiled as he stood next to the cop. The actor looked tired. Reacting to ANI’s post, a person wrote, “Mans aged.” In the photo, Gurucharan Singh wore a striped turban and black T-shirt.

    What Gurucharan Singh said after returning home

    Soon after he returned to his residence, the actor was questioned by Delhi Police, and his statement was recorded before a local court. The actor deposed that he left home for a spiritual journey, the police informed.

    Earlier in April, Gurucharan Singh’s father filed a complaint with Delhi Police, detailing his son’s sudden disappearance since his departure for Mumbai. According to his father’s statement, Gurucharan Singh, who was visiting his parents in Delhi, was expected to return to Mumbai. But he never reached the city.

    During the initial investigation, the police also found that the actor was operating multiple bank accounts for financial transactions and was frequently using credit cards despite not being in a sound fiscal state. Friends and relatives of the actor initially told police that Gurucharan Singh was indulging his spiritual side and had even put forward the thought of going to the mountains.

    Earlier, the president of the All Indian Cine Workers Association, Suresh Shyamlal Gupta, urged Delhi’s lieutenant governor VK Saxena and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal to ensure an expeditious probe into the matter.

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