At Zee TV’s Dawaat-e-Eid, Aditya Roy Kapoor flaunts his culinary skills

Last Updated: Sunday, July 27, 2014 - 20:04

Zee Media Bureau

Mumbai: He’s had women swoon over his chocolate boy good looks in `Aashiqui 2`, Aditya Roy Kapoor now returns to the big screen opposite Parineeti Chopra in his next movie – `Dawaat-E-Ishq`. The handsome actor was seen promoting his movie at Zee TV’s Eid special – `Dawaat-E-Eid`.

Aditya plays a bawarchi from Lucknow, who cooks up a storm at the drop of a hat in the film, looks like Aditya Roy Kapoor has mastered the art of cooking in real life too.

Getting into the skin of his character, Aditya was seen having a lot of fun cooking on the sets. As a part of the script, the female actors of Zee TV were asked to cook certain authentic dishes for the evening.

Even though the girls knew quite a lot, Aditya oversaw all that was being cooked. The actor even helped the girls cook up a delight. Aditya also ended up giving some final touches to each of the dishes.

Talking about Aditya Roy Kapoor’s culinary skills, Sanam (played by Surbhi Jyoti) of Qubool Hai said, “When I was first asked to cook at the event, I was taken aback. While they promised us expert help, there were times when we would get stuck in between shots. At this time, Aditya was a blessing in disguise for us. We were shocked to see him give us suggestions with such perfection. At times, he would stop our shots to ensure that were adding the right ingredient to cook a dish. All in all, all of us had a fab time with him helping us.”

The stars of the show surely seemed to have fun cooking up these delicious dishes.

The audience is in for a visual as well as a gastronomical treat on the festive day of Eid! Don’t miss `Dawaat-E-Eid` on 2nd August, from 6 – 9 PM, Only on ZEE TV!



First Published: Sunday, July 27, 2014 - 20:04

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