Rakesh Sethi adds spice to Reliance Broadcast Network

17 Oct,2012

By A Correspondent


Reliance Broadcast Network Limited (RBNL) has announced the appointment of well-known chef Rakesh Sethi as the Network Culinary Head, with the colloquial title of Big Chef. Chef Sethi is all set to take audiences of the Reliance Broadcast Network across radio and television, on a culinary journey that will include sharing recipes, updates on food, chats with prominent personalities, advice on diet and nutrition, and so on.


Chef Sethi will present a special segment each day on 92.7 BIG FM between 1 and 2pm across the 31 Hindi-speaking markets, where audiences can look forward to tips on creating exciting recipes. He will also offer useful information on the nutritional aspects of food and how to retain them while cooking. There will also be a ‘Food Trivia’ section with listeners where he will share fun and interesting tips.


Chef Sethi will also feature as a part of Big Memsaab on Big Magic and Big Punjaban on Spark Punjabi. On these shows, Chef Sethi will act as a mentor to contestants, leading them through the competition and also hosting special workshops with them. Additionally, he will also present a special family reality series on both channels called Saas Bahu aur Swad wherein he will pit the saas against her bahu as they both cook their best dishes in an attempt to win over the men of the family – who, in a blind tasting, will choose the woman who is the master of the kitchen!


Commenting on his appointment as Big Chef, Rakesh Sethi said, “I am delighted to have come on board the network of Reliance Broadcast, which is known to reach out to audiences in new and exciting ways, across multiple platforms. Together, we will share and celebrate our country’s love for good food that is such a central part of the life and culture in India. I look forward to working with the team and creating, producing and distributing an assortment of offerings that meet the taste buds of Indian audiences.”


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