13 December 2020| Arts & Ideas
If you can’t walk, you can fly.
This is the riveting story of Michelin star CHEF VIKAS KHANNA.
And the power of food.
In a passionate conversation, the super star chef charts his journey from his grandmother’s kitchen in Amritsar to the arc lights of Manhattan. How the Golden Temple shaped him. What triggered him to #FeedIndia — 54 million people and counting — during lockdown. And the rough road through racism, resistance and resilience to winning a Michelin star.
From a chef who has cooked for 3 US presidents, this is a story of anger, ambition, arrival. And inspiration.
As he releases his first film The Last Colour, he speaks of food & faith. The women who impacted him. And how the plurality of India imbues him.