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Sanjeev Kapoor ke Kitchen Khiladi premieres on September 16, 8 pm only on Sony Entertainment Television

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Mumbai, September 13, 2013: India's most loved Chef Sanjeev Kapoor will get your taste buds tingling as Sony Entertainment Television presents a brand new cooking reality show "Sanjeev Kapoor ke Kitchen Khiladi". This delectable show premiering on September 16 at 8pm will be a gastronomic delight for all food lovers. Get ready to celebrate food in a whole new way as we see a family take on a chef, in cooking up dishes, which are the families' culinary pride.

Sanjeev Kapoor ke Kitchen Khiladi will witness a cook-off between ordinary families and a professional chef. Both the chef and the families will cook and present the same dish to Sanjeev Kapoor (Chief Judge) for the final verdict. The show will not just entertain viewers by the competition element but also give viewers an opportunity to learn interesting recipes as a part of the "Dish of the Day" in each episode.

This culinary battle will feature families from all over the country, that have been auditioned and the best amongst them will find their place in the show. The renowned chefs who will be pitted against the families are entertaining and energetic Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi, experimentative Chef Ajay Chopra, Mexican food specialist Chef Vikas Seth, India's Youngest TV Chef and Limca record holder Chef Saransh Goila and last but not the least Continental food specialist Rahul Kulkarni.

Speaking about the new culinary show, Ms. Sneha Rajani, Senior EVP and Business Head, Sony Entertainment Television said, ""Sony Entertainment Television has always introduced path-breaking innovations for its viewers. As we launch 'Sanjeev Kapoor ke Kitchen Khiladi', we will introduce cooking with a new dramatic twist. The concept of the show is very fresh and we have the Badshah of cooking in India, Sanjeev Kapoor as the host and judge of the show. His charm and inevitable smile will surely melt many hearts and reignite the audience's love for cooking."

The charming host and Judge Sanjeev Kapoor said, "I always believed and thought that food is not niche. It is a specialty but it is mass. I wanted people to view it like that and I am glad that Sony Entertainment Television is supporting us in this endeavor by presenting this new culinary reality show. The concept of the show is very interesting. It will be fun to watch the difference between the cooking of professional chefs and a normal housewife and we will see who wins hands down."

The show celebrates food in a whole new way as we see a family of four take on a chef in cooking up dishes which are the competing family's culinary pride. The Chefs will be handicapped as they will have no advance knowledge of the dishes & no one to help them. It will be a gastronomic treat for the viewers as they will feast their eyes on Punjabi, Gujarati, Rajasthani, Chinese, Fusion, Continental and various other cuisines. The families along with the Chefs will battle it out for the coveted title of the show 'Swaad ke Sartaaj'.

Get ready to watch the ultimate culinary battle in Sanjeev Kapoor ke Kitchen Khiladi; Mondays to Fridays at 8pm, only on Sony Entertainment Television

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