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COLORS Gujarati launches travelogue based food show- 'Food Thi Gujarati'

15-February-2016
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COLORS Gujarati launches travelogue based food show- 'Food Thi Gujarati'

COLORS Gujarati has announced the launch of travelogue based food show – Food Thi Gujarati, premiering on February 15, 2016 every Monday to Saturday at 7PM.

Elaborating on the same, Sanjay Upadhyay, Programming Head , COLORS Gujarati said, “Other than their fun loving nature and diverse cultural history, Gujaratis are also very well known for their love for food. Food Thi Gujarati is a finite half hour television series that showcases the quest for good food in usual and unusual places across the state of Gujarat wherein we give our viewers a sneak peek into the historic importance, lifestyle, flavor and the best recipes that various hotels and restaurants have to offer.”

Archana Shah, Producer, The Final Cut Production further added, “COLORS Gujarati and us have a longstanding relationship.  ‘The Rasoi Show’ is the longest running show on the channel and we are delighted to be producing yet another food show in a distinctive travelogue format for them. We hope the audiences give Food Thi Gujarati as much love as they give The Rasoi Show. ”

Food Thi Gujarati aims to take the audience around to the best and the most popular restaurants available in the cities and towns of Gujarat. This travelogue will be hosted by Heli Majmudar and Shaunak Vyas who in turns will take you through the best recipes and the specialty that the hotel offers. 

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