Viral: CBSE’s “Chellam sir” meme surfaces internet

Team Udayavani, Jul 29, 2021, 5:11 PM IST

As the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to release Class 12 results this week, Chellam memes have been making rounds on the internet.

For the unversed, “Chellam sir” is one of the most popular characters from the second season of ‘The Family Man’ show.

The board shared a meme featuring Manoj Bajpayee, who plays the lead character named Srikant Tiwari on the show, making an agitated call to Chellam sir.

The caption read, “Sir woh…Atharv ka CBSE result kab ayegaa? (When will Atharv’s CBSE results be announced?) I’m too worried.” Atharv is Srikanth’s son in the series.

To which Chellam replied, “Don’t be a minimum parent Sri, be optimistic. Jald hi ayega. (It will come soon).”

The internet was quick to reply and below are few reactions.



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