Indian-origin Justin Narayan wins MasterChef Australia tile; Bangladesh-origin Kishwar Chowdhury among top three
Indian-origin Justin Narayan has won the MasterChef Australia title after defeating the other two finalists, Kishwar Chowdhury, of Bangladesh origin, and Pete Campbell, in the pressure test
Indian-origin Justin Narayan has won the MasterChef Australia title after defeating the other two finalists, Kishwar Chowdhury, of Bangladesh origin, and Pete Campbell, in the pressure test.
"Find people that believe in you. Back yourself. Go hard and hopefully you will surprise yourself. Whoever's reading this I love you," he wrote, sharing a string of pictures from the finale episode. In terms of reward, Justin reportedly took home prize money of USD 250,000 (Rs1.86 crore approximately) along with the MasterChef trophy.
The news of Justin's win was also announced on the official Instagram page of MasterChef Australia.
The latest season of MasterChef Australia 13 was much-talked-about this year, especially in the subcontinent. Apart from Justin Narayan, the show also featured another Indian-origin contestant Depinder Chhibber who was extremely popular with fans. Kishwar Chowdhury, one of the other three finalists, who originally hails from Bangladesh, had also created several Indian and Bengali dishes to impress judges during the course of the show.
Kishwar Chowdhury, the 38-year-old printing business owner, presented the popular Bengali dish panta bhaat. She called the dish smoked rice water, which was accompanied by aloo bhorta (spiced mashed potato) and sardines. (SAM)