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I am living my dream right now: Masterchef Australia winner Sashi Cheliah

Over the last few weeks, Sashi, 40, has been traversing the length and breadth of India on a private visit
Sashi Cheliah poses at the Souk at Taj Bengal, Calcutta

Priyanka Roy   |     |   Published 10.01.19, 07:19 PM

Your best collaboration till date...

My favourite collaboration would be with Karsh Kale (above).

Names that Grain is most inspired by...

I would say definitely Thom Yorke, Apparat and a band called Halos.

What are you currently listening to?

Bicep, Unkle, The Prodigy, The War on Drugs and The National.

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Your best collaboration till date...

My favourite collaboration would be with Karsh Kale (above).

Names that Grain is most inspired by...

I would say definitely Thom Yorke, Apparat and a band called Halos.

What are you currently listening to?

Bicep, Unkle, The Prodigy, The War on Drugs and The National.

Cooking was always a dream for Sashi Cheliah, a dream that saw him give up a job as a cop, pursue his passion and ultimately win the title of MasterChef Australia 2018. Since the win, the Indian-origin chef, born in Singapore, has become a famous face, travelling the world and showcasing his culinary skills at pop-up restaurants.

Over the last few weeks, Sashi, 40, has been traversing the length and breadth of India on a private visit. Last weekend, Calcutta was Sashi’s third stop after Delhi and Mumbai. Over 30 minutes, t2 chatted with Sashi at Souk in Taj Bengal, on his India trip, his MasterChef Australia journey and his food dream.



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