Foodistan

Foodistan is a television cooking game show. It is produced by BIG Synergy for NDTV Good Times and GEO TV. The show puts India and Pakistan's best chefs against each other in a competition. While their individual cuisines are similar,[2] there are differences between the two cuisines. The show aired 26 episodes. The finale was between Manish Mehrotra from India and Poppy Agha from Pakistan; Manish Mehrotra walked away with the title of Foodistan.[3]

Foodistan
फ़ूडिस्तान
فوڈستان
Title poster
GenreCooking
Directed byVarious
Presented byAlyy Khan, Ira Dubey[1]
JudgesMerrilees Parker, Vir Sanghvi, Sonya Jehan
Country of originIndia, Pakistan
Original language(s)Predominantly English, Some Urdu used
Editor(s)Various
Production company(s)BIG Synergy
Release
Original networkNDTV Good Times Geo TV
Original release23 January 2012 
21 March 2013
External links
Website

Hosts

Contestants

The contestants represented both India and Pakistan and hailed from some renowned hotels groups.

India

Madhumita Mohanta, Nimish Bhatia, Mehraj Ul Haque, Karan Suri, Rajeev Arora, Sunil Chauhan, Manish Mehrotra, Girish Krishnan monika rajput

Pakistan

Amir Iqbal, Noor Khan, Poppy Agha, Akhtar Rehman, Muhammad Ikram, Mohammad Naeem, Mehmood Akhtar, Muhammad Saqib

Judges included the trio of Merrilees Parker from England, Sonia Jehan from Pakistan and Veer Sanghvi from India, along with some guest judges through the series.

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