New Delhi: Celebrity chef, Vikas Khanna who is also a Michelin star chef has an ocean of fan following.
The much revered chef premiered his documentary "Kitchens of Gratitude" at the ongoing 69th Cannes Film Festival on Saturday.
According to a report in IANS, the documentary was unveiled by Mohan Kumar-- India’s Ambassador to France and Leena Jaisani-- senior director - Media and Entertainment division at Ficci, at the India Pavilion at the fest.
The report qouted: ''Michelin starred Chef Vikas Khanna is not just a culinary ambassador of India but is also helping create awareness of our culture globally. For Indians, food is a sacred expression of sharing and caring and with 'Kitchens of Gratitude', he has personified it.
"This is a small step but will go a long way in building bridges amongst communities and nations," Kumar said in a statement.
Looking dapper in Giorgio Armani, Corneliani and a Tissot watch, Khanna turned heads with his persona.
IANS reported Vikas as saying, ''I firmly believe that our children must know that every faith welcomes everyone. No faith ever promotes discrimination. It is food that binds us together, and it must continue that way''.