MasterChef has been one of the most popular cooking competitions in the world. Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar is facing “withdrawal symptoms” from last night’s 13th season of MasterChef Australia. Justin Narayan of Indian descent won the trophy after winning two other finalists, Kishwar Chowdhury and Pete Campbell.
Shriya mentioned that the show gave her so much joy and it was refreshing for her. The actor took his official Twitter account and said, “I already have symptoms of retiring from @masterchefau. This show has given me such joy. The atmosphere and overall energy of the contestants and judges are very refreshing and really rooted in each other. Jump to: see lost and see then sort random things. #MasterChefAU #fan “.
After the win, Justin Narayan took to his Instagram account and thanked everyone for their support. He shared a series of photos at the end of the episode and wrote, “Find people who believe in you. Come back to yourself. Go hard and hope you surprise yourself. I love you all who are reading this.”
Indian food has found a hot spot in international culinary shows like “MasterChef”. Last season another Indian competitor Depinder Chhibber also appeared. Depinder also received praise from judges Andy Allen, Jock Zonfrillo and Melissa Leong after presenting dishes like kadai paneer, cholle, tandoori chicken, naan, lassi and chicken biryani.
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“I think Indian dishes have always been dominant at MasterChef, but this year I think you have two stars like Depinder and Kishwar (Bangladesh origin) who are repeatedly challenging and bring complex Indian dishes and Indian curries that are perfect,” the judges said. one, Andrew Peter Allen.