Shamita Singh of Chhatarpur won the title of the country’s first Bundeli chef
Indore, July 2021: Chhatarpur resident, Shamita Singh, won the title of “Bundeli Chef”, the region’s first online chef competition organized by troopel Bundelkhand. Sonal Jain from Mumbai and Varsha Jain from Indore won second and third place respectively.
In a grand ceremony held on Saturday, Kirti Namdev of Lalitpur and Shivali Agarwal of Jhansi also participated as top 5 participants. Famous actress Sushmita Mukherjee was the virtual judge in this program. Shamita won the title of the winner, leaving everyone behind, by completing the special tasks given by the judge’s panel to all the participants.
Commenting on the event, Bundeli Chef sponsor and Founder of Organic Sankalp, Rajendra Rajpurohit, said, “Although our country has an infinite amount of talent, it is equally lacking in refinement. Bundeli Chef has given a marvellous chance to the women to use their cooking skills to present the traditional and famous cuisines of Bundelkhand to the country. Another sponsor, Neha Gaur, Vice President, PR 24×7, expressed her happiness over being a part of the show and said, ‘This unique show of connecting Bundeli culture through taste is giving Bundeli women an amazing opportunity to create a distinct identity.’
Atul Malikram, Co-Founder, troopel Bundelkhand says, “All the contestants have made it to the final round with their hard work and dedication. It is only because of everyone’s support that the show has become a success. I want to thank and give my best wishes to all the contestants who enthusiastically participated in this competition.”
Notably, the Bundeli Chef contest has been running for the past three months and after bypassing many stages, its grand finale was held on 10th July in Indore. Along with massive registrations and a long list of contestants, and after passing 8 auditions, 2 quarter finale and semi finale, 5 contestants secured their places in the top 5 of the competition.
The entire team of Troopel, the host, Aishwarya Fender, and the show’s judge, Jyoti Namdev contributed immensely to the competition to make it a success. Troopel Bundelkhand salutes all the talents of India and Bundelkhand and also wishes all the participants a bright future.
If you have hidden a great artist within you, and want to showcase your talent to the nation, then be a part of Troopel Bundelkhand’s upcoming show and the region’s first online acting competition ‘Bundeli Maestro’. The competition is going to start on 15 July and will complete the journey of finding the country’s first Bundeli Maestro on 16th September. The registration of the competition is completely free. The competition will enter new levels at the end of every month. The dates of the auditions are scheduled on July 15, 22 and 29 which will be conducted in the first and second phases respectively. So what are you waiting for? Register yourself, and become the first Bundeli Maestro in the country.