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Sony Liv's Masterchef India in Telugu and Tamil

Wednesday, October 25, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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Sony Livs Masterchef India in Telugu and Tamil

Sony has built a reputation for delivering captivating and inclusive entertainment, offering a diverse array of shows and soap operas that resonate with viewers across the country. One of its standout reality shows, MasterChef India, has won the hearts of countless fans by showcasing the culinary talents of aspiring chefs nationwide.

Excitingly, the latest season of MasterChef India has already kicked off in Hindi, and Sony has thrilled audiences by announcing that this season will also be available in Telugu and Tamil. While the Telugu and Tamil versions of the show, hosted by the esteemed actors Tamannaah and Vijay Sethupathi, were aired on television in 2021, Sony LIV has now confirmed fresh seasons of these culinary shows in both languages.

In the upcoming weeks, Sony LIV will premiere the regional adaptations of MasterChef India (Tamil) and MasterChef India (Telugu). The Tamil version features a panel of esteemed chefs, including Koushik Shankar, Shreeya Adka, and Rakesh Raghunathan, while the Telugu version boasts a jury comprising chefs Sanjay Thumma, Nikitha Umesh, and Chalapathi Rao.

With these Telugu and Tamil adaptations, MasterChef India aims to resonate with the masses, taking great care to understand the cultural nuances and tastes of each region. The franchise intends to celebrate the diversity of Indian cuisine by expanding into regional markets with these new shows. Sony LIV will announce the official premiere dates for these shows soon.

Saugata Mukherjee, Head of Content at Sony LIV, expressed, "India is a land of diverse cultures, languages, and, even, culinary choices. We are thrilled to announce the expansion of MasterChef in Tamil and Telugu, aligning with our ongoing commitment to offer programming in regional Indian languages. This expansion allows us to explore new culinary traditions and bring fresh home cooks into this already successful show."

Viewers can anticipate an intriguing twist to the show's format with MasterChef India in Tamil and MasterChef India in Telugu, as participants are put to the test, engaging the audience in a truly unique way. Saugata Mukherjee sees these new editions as an opportunity to discover new culinary traditions and introduce a fresh batch of home cooks to this already successful program.

Auditions for the new edition of the show will commence shortly, promising an exciting culinary journey for both participants and viewers alike.

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