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Star Vs Food: Anil Kapoor & Farah Khan REVEALED Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan’s food habits and choices

After a spectacular first season in which some of Bollywood’s biggest names tried their hand in the kitchen, ‘Star vs Food’ is back for a second season. Anil Kapoor, Farah Khan, sister-in-law Maheep Kapoor, and Arbaaz Khan all appeared on the most recent episode. Not only did Anil Kapoor make his ‘Jhakkaas’ cooking debut with European cuisine, but he also spoke with Farah Khan about Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan’s eating habits.

Farah and Anil talked about SRK and Salman’s eating habits and decisions while preparing some wonderful cuisine. Both actors agreed that Shah Rukh Khan eats nothing but one dish of tandoori chicken, but Salman is the polar opposite. The Dabangg actor loves to eat everything from biriyani to chhole bhature.

Anil asked Farah, “How would you describe Salman Khan with food?” To this, Farah said, “He is the only star I know, woh sab kuch khata hai (he eats everything). I have worked with Shah Rukh Khan, woh sirf apna tandoori chicken khata hai (he eats only his tandoori chicken).”

“Na woh chawal khata hai, na roti, bread toh main dekha hi nahin (He neither eats rice, nor chapati and I haven’t seen him eat bread). Lekin Salman, despite having the physique, I have seen him have chawal (rice), biryani, choley (chickpeas dish)… sab khata hai (he eats everything),” Farah added.

Anil worked with Ganesh, the executive chef of Mumbai restaurant Silly, to offer lamb curry-rice, gnocchi pasta, and burgers to the evening’s special guests, Farah Khan, Arbaaz Khan, and Maheep Kapoor. The 64-year-old actor ended the programme on an emotional note, recalling how his mother used to wait for compliments after delivering the delights.

Janhvi Kapoor, Anil Kapoor’s niece, attempted to cook Korean rice, Bibimbap, and seafood scallion pancakes known as Haemul Pajeon in the first episode of ‘Star versus Food.’

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