Ayushmann Khurrana Got His Cook From Chandigarh When He Moved To Mumbai As A Struggler

by Sanmita A
Ayushmann Khurrana Got His Cook From Chandigarh When He Moved To Mumbai As A Struggler

They say ‘Good Food is the foundation to genuine happiness’, and in this episode of Sunday Brunch with Curly Tales, Ayushmann Khurrana shares with our host Kamiya Jani how he got his cook from Chandigarh to Mumbai; when he first moved there! Of course, this only tells that Ayushmann loves his food, right, and there’s absolutely no reason to think why not!


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Ayushmann Khuranna Had A Cook From Chandigarh

He says, “I brought my cook with me from Chandigarh when I shifted to Mumbai because I can’t live without food. And I didn’t have any spare space, so I told my cook to stay in my room only, but I needed a cook. So I was sharing the room with my cook.”

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In the interview, Ayushmann says that his priorities in life begin with eating, sleeping, acting, and then singing. Being the foodie that he is, Ayushmann says that nothing can substitute ‘Mummy ke haath ka khana’. For instance, he names the dishes like Kadhi chawal, Rajma chawal, aloo paratha etc. He says he can’t live without desi food. He also talks about chicken dishes from dhabas in Chandigarh, which he loves.

This justifies why he got his cook from Chandigarh to live with him in Mumbai despite having a limited living space during his initial years. They even shared a room.

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I Love Vada Pau, Says Ayushmann

Ayushmann tells Kamija Jani about his ultimate deductions after staying in these three cities. He thinks one shouldn’t eat North Indian cuisine in Mumbai and not eat Konkani cuisine in the North. Ayushmann talks about the different cuisines he discovered while in Mumbai, namely, Konkani food, Maharashtrian food, and even Gujarati food. He also said that he relishes eating Mumbai’s Vadapau and loves it!

Check out Ayushmann Khurrana’s interesting take on food from different parts of India with our host, Kamiya Jani:

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