Remembering the Jaspal Bhatti, 90s kids most loved character on TV

Mumbai: Today is the birth anniversary of the person who became superhit due to his ‘Flop Show’. We are talking about the famous comedian Jaspal Bhatti, a writer, director and cartoonist by profession.

Jaspal Bhatti showed the brilliance of his satire through the ‘flop show’. It was a satirical show, which ranged from office life to politics. Jaspal Bhatti used to say profound things in sarcasm through his satireThe ‘flop show’, which started in the 90s, got immense success.

After this, he did show full of humour and satire like ‘Ulta Pulta’ and ‘Nonsense Private Limited’ and the country became famous in the world. There was a great quality in Jaspal Bhatti. He had an Impeccable comedy sense and timing.

Not only the TV series, but earlier Jaspal Bhatti also made satirical cartoons for The Tribune. So, he already had the experience of speaking out about the problems related to the common man and through the satire on the system, but when he came with his style on the TV screen, this chieftain of comedy started ruling the hearts of the people.

Bhatti also acted in Hindi movies like “Aa Ab Laut Chalein,” Yeh hai Jalwa, among others. Jaspal Bhatti Sahab was an actor, producer, director, writer, and cartoonist. Jaspal Bhatti Saheb was born on March 3, 1955, in Amritsar. Jaspal Bhatti was born into a Sikh family in Amritsar. He studied Electrical Engineering from Punjab Engineering College and formed a Nonsense Club for street play during his college days.

He was also a cartoonist in The Tribune newspaper and started making TV programs in the 90s. On the contrary, the flop shows were very popular on Doordarshan and he also built a training school in Mohali called Jock Factory. He acted in more than 25 films.

Jaspal Bhatti
Bhatti’s Car at accident place

Jaspal Bhatti’s Car accident

He was returning from Bathinda after promoting his film Power Cut when his car collided with a tree in Shahkot at 3 AM. In this car, the film’s actress, his son Jasraj Bhatti, and his media advisor were also aboard; they were seriously injured in the accident. His son Jasrajn Singh Bhatti was driving the car who got injured too.

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