India’s custom of “Unity in Diversity” has not ever deprived its food culture. People with multiple religions, miscellaneous languages here enjoy and relish each other’s traditional platters of food even try to cook them at home and thus are uniquely unified. It won’t be wrong at all if its stated that Master Chef is itself apprehending the symbol of India’s “unity in diversity” food culture in it’s unique television cooking show by displaying the wide ranges of foods, India with a vast flavours for more than a decade. Serving since 2010, Master Chef is immensely popular for showcasing plethora of food from all through the nook and corners of India.
Sony Entertainment Television on its respective IG handle proclaims about the launch of its new season with a captivating promotional teaser and a caption “Manayenge India ke food ka tyohar! MasterChef India, Jald, Sony par.” striking the audiences. The commentary columns are bursting out with mass enthusiasm and zeal.
Reportedly, created by Franc Roddam, produced and distributed by Endemol Shine India, MasterChef is one of the highly rated television cooking show worldwide. The show holds multiple awards including a Guinness World Record and is popular in countries including the UK, Australia, Israel, France, Italy, India and more. The show is produced in more than 50 countries and broadcast in over 200 territories.