Chef Vikas Khanna’s Story Of Persistence And Passion
The teaser of Chef Vikas Khanna’s film Buried Seeds is out and it’s breathtaking. Buried Seeds, a film by Andrei Severny is a biopic of Michelin Star Chef Vikas Khanna. It is a timeless, true story of human passion, willpower and resolve in the face of adversity. The film features his immigrant journey. Born with clubbed feet in Amritsar, he is bullied by his classmates. He then takes refuge in his grandmother’s kitchen where he discovers his passion for the vivid traditions of Indian cuisine. In short, he discovers his culinary passion.
At the age of 29, he moves to New York with nothing in his pocket. He too ends up in a homeless shelter. Through years of struggle, hard work he opens his first Indian restaurant in Manhattan. Over time he grows to become one of the most influential chefs in the world. He is also a cultural ambassador of his nation. While wealth and glory may be transient, what truly defines him is the will to create himself every single day.
The key cast, crew of the film includes Chef Vikas Khanna as Self, Andrei Severny as Director, Editor, Pooja Kohli as Producer, Jitendra Mishra as Co-Producer and Stephen Cardone as Editor. The hero of this film lives in New York City is one of the most beloved Indian chefs in the world. Chef Vikas is the host of the highly rated prime-time shows Master Chef India, Twist of Taste and Mega Kitchens. He has also been a guest on Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and Hell’s Kitchen, The Martha Stewart Show, Throw down with Bobby Flay and Master Chef Australia.
He has hosted events for former President Barack Obama, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Pope Francis, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and many others world leaders, celebrities and received rave reviews from the New York Times, Condé Nast and Wall Street Journal. Deutsche Welle listed him sixth in the list of top 10 iconic chefs in the world. He is a Goodwill Ambassador for the Smile Foundation and supports the cause of nutrition in India.