Vikrant Massey Is A Huge Fan Of This South Indian Delicacy

Vikrant Massey loves to eat a scrumptious plate of this South Indian delicacy.

by Ankita Mazumdar
Vikrant Massey Is A Huge Fan Of This South Indian Delicacy

Vikrant Massey is riding high on the success of his new film 12th Fail! It is an incredible story and he has done an incredible job portraying the role of Manoj Kumar Sharma. If you still haven’t watched this movie then hurry! He joined us for a fun collaboration between The Bombay Journey x Sunday Brunch episode. He shared that he is a foodie and loves to eat dosa. Guess where we took him to gorge on a good plate of dosa?

Vikrant Massey Told Us He Loves This South Indian Dish

Our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani and Mashable India’s Siddharth Aalambayan took Vikrant Massey for a drive around Mumbai for this episode. He said that he is a foodie and enjoys eating with his wife, Sheetal Thakur. He also added that he eats a lot and doesn’t have to think too much about it because he has a good metabolism.

Kamiya just went, “Aapko dosa bohot pasand hai na, last time aapne bataya tha” to Vikrant Massey. (You love dosa very much, last time you informed us.) He immediately lit up and said that he absolutely loves to eat dosa. She then suggested to Siddharth that they take him to Mindspace in Malad and it was decided then and there.

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Kamiya quickly asked Vikrant if he was aware of the fact that Curly Tales always has food-related episodes. He very confidently said, “Yes” and that he ate only half of his breakfast so that he had space to gorge on more food on this episode with us. This made Kamiya very happy!

He Is A Fan Of This Specific Dosa

Vikrant Massey Sunday Brunch
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Just as we pulled up to Malad’s well-known Mindspace Khaugalli to eat good dosas, Siddharth said that he never had the opportunity to have Rava Masala Dosa. This shocked Vikrant Massey because it was his favourite type of dosa to eat. As we talked about Mumbai’s top khau-gallis, Vikrant declared that Sion and Matunga are, without a doubt, the best because he loves to eat South Indian dishes in these Mumbai neighbourhoods.

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Comment down below if you have been to Malad’s Mindspace and tried dosas from there.

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