Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actor Mayur Vakani aka Sundar Lal idolises PM Modi’s statue, fans impressed

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image source: INSTAGRAM/MAYUR_VAKANIOFFICIAL Mayur Vakani sculpted the statue of PM Modi

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actor Mayur Vakani has won the hearts of TV viewers with his impeccable comic timing and his unique acting style. His character Sundar Lal always brings a smile on people’s faces. Now Mayur aka Sundar Lal has showcased his hidden talent on social media. He made a state idol of Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and shared a picture of the same on social media. Fans are impressed with Mayur’s latest endeavor as they have flooded the comments section with praises for the actor.

Mayur Vakani sculpted the statue of PM Modi

Mayur shared several pictures on social media, in which he and his team of artists are seen giving final touches to PM Modi’s statue. Modi is seen sitting on the stool. The statue was adorned with Modi’s distinctive beard and hairstyle. The team dressed Pratima in kurta pajama and Nehru jacket. The statue is very well made and it can be seen that it is very similar to PM Modi. Mayas’s sculptural skills have made people marvel at him. Sharing the post on social media, Mayur wrote in the caption, “‘Selfie with PM’, the final touch to the sculpture created by Mayur Vakani and team (sic).”

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Fans are praising Mayur’s sculpting skills

Fans and followers of Mayur Vakani aka Sundar Lal soon flooded his Instagram comments section with love-filled messages. Some said that he has done an impeccable job with Murthy. The statue perfectly embodies the ‘common man’ image of the PM of India and netizens lauded Mayur for capturing certain aspects of PM Modi’s personality in his statue.

Commenting on the pictures, a social media user wrote, What a matter Sundar Bhai.

Earlier, Mayur had shared his passion for sculpture and painting in a few pictures clicked at Mario Miranda Gallery in Goa. He had visited the installation of the artwork with his son Tatya Vakani and posted some pictures from that time, writing, “My dream has come true.” Mario Miranda was an Indian cartoonist and painter.

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