MUMBAI : MasterChef India is the most popular cooking reality show on Indian Television. The show has been airing on Star Plus ever since the show was adapted from the original international version, produced by Endemol Shine India.
The Indian version of MasterChef is based on the Australian show, MasterChef Australia, which itself is based on the original British MasterChef.
Akshay Kumar, Kunal Kapur, and Ajay Chopra were the judges for the first Season of MasterChef India on StarPlus. In addition to them, Vikas Khanna, Sanjeev Kapoor, Ranveer Brar, Zorawar Kalra, and Vineet Bhatia, others have served as judges in MasterChef India - Hindi over the years.
We had earlier reported that the show that was previously telecasted on Star Plus and streamed on Hotstar, and will now be telecasted on Sony Tv.
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The show has finally got its launch date. The show is all set to go on-air on the 2nd of January 2023.
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It will be telecasted from Monday to Friday at 9:00 pm.
The show will be judged by Chef Vikas Khanna, Chef Ranveer Brar, and Chef Garima Arora.
Abinas Nayak emerged as the winner of MasterChef India Season six. India's popular cooking reality show has been giving a platform to food enthusiasts, chefs, and homemakers to shine in their skills. Apart from the winner’s trophy, Nayak has also won a cash prize of Rs 25 lakh.
MasterChef India 6 was launched on 7th December after a gap of three years. While celebrated Chef Vikas Khanna made a re-entry, internationally acclaimed Chef Vineet Bhatia, and popular Chef Ranveer Brar were enlisted as Khanna's co-judges for Season 6.
Well, the fans are excited about the new season and are waiting for it to begin.
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