When two Mumbaikars come together under one roof, we know that things are going to get super exciting and we will get so many recommendations from different corners of the city. And this is exactly what happened on this episode of Tere Gully Mein. Joining TV actress Tejasswi Prakash, Curly Tales Editor-In-Chief Kamiya Jani explored Mumbai like never before. Where did they visit and what did they relish? To know it all, read on!
Tejasswi Prakash Is A True Mumbaikar!
We know how big a foodie and travel enthusiast Kamiya Jani is and the best part is that even Tejasswi is always excited about travelling and exploring cafes and restaurants. When in Mumbai, what better than to start the exploration journey from Marine Lines? The duo began their journey of exploring Marine Lines and South Mumbai on a grand electric Victoria. From sharing stories of her first passport photo right after she was born to having about 6 passports now, she shared many stories from her life.
Growing up in Mumbai and completing her school at St. Thomas Academy, the junior college at Patkar College, and the college at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Tejasswi Prakash has always been a true Mumbaikar. During her school and college days, she also explored so many eateries and she has a long list of recommendations for all of us.
The Day Was All About Gorging Loads Of Delicious Food
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The episode began with enjoying some chatpata Channa Zor Garam from the Marine Lines. Tejasswi took Kamiya to Bachelor’s in Chowpatty and enjoyed some delish dishes such as Sitafal Milkshake, Strawberry Milkshake, and Tejasswi’s favourite Paneer Pizza. To end the episode on a more delicious note, they went to Cafe Churchill and enjoyed a gastronomical feast of the most lip-smacking dishes. What did they order? Watch the Tere Gully Menin episode to know that.
If you want to know more about her fun anecdotes and stories, make sure to grab some popcorn and enjoy the Tere Gully Mein episode with Tejasswi Prakash. Also, make sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel for more such food and travel content.
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