After 4 successful seasons, MasterChef India is back with its 5thSeason. This year, the show aims to change the way cooking in perceived in this country and prove it to be a serious talent and pursuit. So gear up for a game of ‘Glocal’ recipes, exotic destinations, toughest challenges and most demanding judges for the fifth season of MasterChef India. After all, it is #NotJustAHobby but a journey to win the title of the best culinary artist in the country. The show will telecast its first episode on 1st October on STAR Plus!
Get ready to meet a brand new judge, ‘Prince of Indian Cuisine’ -Zorawar Kalra – the man behind the popular restaurants like Farzi Café, Masala Library, Masala Bar and more. Geared up for the new season, we will see the culinary heartthrob, Chef Vikas Khanna along with the master of culinary art, Chef Kunal Kapuron the show.
Commenting on his first venture with Indian television, Zorawar Kalra said, “MasterChef India, over the years, has not just created a platform for those who have a passion for cooking to showcase their talent, but has also brought forth the profession to the international centre stage, taking the art of cooking to a whole new level. Today are witness to a huge audience from around the world, irrespective of age & gender, looking at making their passion for cooking as a full time career choice, which was a rarity a few years back.”
Deepak Dhar, MD and CEO Endemol Shine India, the production house behind the show, said,“Endemol Shine India will this year take the best of Master Chef India and make it better than ever before! Season 5 will be an all new rebooted, refreshed and aromatically flavoured season of Master Chef India with a celebrated Jury combining the old faces and the new, brilliant guest chefs, bright new talent, exciting challenges and beautiful flavours and locales from India and across the globe to create a truly remarkable series. For Indians everywhere eating food is a delightful experience and therefore every dish served this season with have to touch the heart, while pleasing the eye with its appearance and enticing the taste-buds with its taste.”