Versatile actor Pratik Gandhi has always thrilled his fans and audience with remarkable projects, gaining fame with his performance in Scam 1992 and continues to be appreciated for all his theatre and cinema gigs. While his fans pour love for his work on screen, now we have found out his love for food, the cuisines he specifically enjoys and his skills of speaking in different languages. Pratik wooed the audience with his culinary skills in the third season of Gobble’s You Got Chef’d as he appeared as a celebrity guest on the show. For the very first time, Pratik tried his hands at cooking, where he prepared a popular Singapore dish called ‘Tofu Satay’ along with celebrity Chef Ranveer Brar who is the host of the season. While the duo waited for the pancakes to crisp up, Chef Ranveer initiated a conversation about Pratik’s name mentioned in The Limca Book of World Records for delivering his monologue in three different dialects; Hindi, Gujarati and English the very same day for one of his projects.
“Being a Gujarati, I have an undeniable relationship with food and since Gobble’s new season of “You Got Chef’d” is all about food, I was more than happy to be a part of it and share screen space with Chef Ranveer Brar who is the master himself. It gave me an opportunity to challenge myself and learn about cooking different cuisines and also try those amazing bar tricks. It was an absolute joy to be sharing anecdotes and fun experiences with the Chef. I can’t wait for the viewers to watch the fun unfold on the episode” shares Pratik Gandhi.
The excitement built up as Chef Ranveer challenged Pratik to translate a Punjabi dialogue about Gujarati food names sounding like missiles into some other language of his choice. Very sportingly Pratik translated the dialogue into Hindi and his mother tongue, Gujarati as well. This episode was full of fun moments between Chef Ranveer and Pratik discussing food and other experiences. The show not only sees the two of them enjoy a Singaporian dish being cooked, but also indulging in entertaining conversations over a glass of Coconut Highball cocktail made with Dewars Double Aged Scotch Whiskey while having some candid and quirky moments on set.