'Shaadi ka khana' is something we all love to devour. A buffet of yummy delicacies in fact plays the showstopper at every marriage event. And if it is organised by a world class chef, then the affair gets yet more grand. Such was the scenario at master chef Sanjeev Kapoor's daughter's wedding. And we got a glimpse of it through TV actor Vivek Dahiya's post on Instagram. The actor, who attended the event with his wife and actor Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya, shared a post that featuring him enjoying paani puri with different flavours of paani.
In the post, we could see a video of him enjoying paani puri with guava water, lemon water, anar water and more. Divyanka was heard speaking from the background, naming each of the variety (of paani puri) he gulped. "Expect nothing less than a Disneyland of a buffet when the MasterChef @sanjeevkapoor 's daughter gets married. The happiness on our faces reflects palate delectation," Vivek captioned the post. Take a look:
Reportedly, the event was organised at Taj Lands End, Mumbai. The hotel shared a post on their official Instagram handle, giving us more details about the marriage party. It was a video collage that featured an elegant six-tiered cake, beautifully designed with cream and flowers. Then, we could also see Chef Sanjeev Kapoor personally surveying every dish that was placed on the buffet table. From salad and sushi to macarons and muffins - the buffet had it all. What added on to the grandeur was the royal table setup for the guests to enjoy their meals.
"We are delighted to have been a part of many milestone memories of the legendary Chef Sanjeev Kapoor. Here's wishing the newlyweds, his daughter and son in law, many magical moments in the future. New beginnings, forever cherished," the caption read. Take a look at the post here:
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About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.