Atul Kochhar on Final of MasterChef India
Based on the acclaimed British TV show, Masterchef India features contestants from all over India, who are judged on the basis of their cookery skills, taste, innovation and presentation of dishes.
MasterChef India Season 5 is a Hindi reality show aired on Star Plus, where cooking is not just a hobby for the contestants, but their passion. Chef Vikas Khanna, chef Kunal Kapur and restaurateur Zorawar Kalra are the judges.
Fifty ambitious chefs from restaurants, pubs, cafes, pop-ups and hotels across the country risk their reputations and take on their peers and strive to win the culinary crown. The series starts with the heat stages, across the first four weeks – for three nights each week. Twelve chefs are challenged with two difficult tests each evening to determine which six will go through to the third night’s quarter final, and who must go home. The winner of the series claims a prize of Rs 1,00,00,000 (almost £12o,ooo and a cookbook publishing deal.
Aspiring chefs and food lovers from various parts of India showcase their culinary skills in front of esteemed judges to win the title and grand prize money.
The TV hit MasterChef: The Professionals is back on Star Plus TV this autumn for its fifth series. Over seven weeks, professional chefs are put to the test, scrutinised and pushed to stretch their skills to achieve a whole new level of cooking – all in the name of gastronomic glory.
Michelin Star Chef Atul Kochhar walks into the masterchef India kitchen bringing his signature dish to heat up the competition in the most exciting final yet.
Tune in and don’t miss Chef Atul Kochhar this Christmas.