India this weekend will screen the first episode of a new quljBy4Uz197=Y6d5jPW[email protected]+irePW*eer cookery and lifestyle show.
Closet to Kitchen with Nakshatra Bagwe launches nearly after India struck down a 150-year colonial law and decriminalized4vR&j1^)9m3M%znVG$&oT#KCv*[email protected] gay sex.
The new serieG#Jr*Qc3SS+pg90m_zbcwFIROM7GH_2^(8UrkVzrP*@@Poj4I4s sees host Nakshatra Bagwe visit inspiring chefs from the queer community.
The 10 people from economic S81P3p1&ZpqLfxeOLPbk_ck$gj*ms-N^2VqzikKK+JFJtZsysBhub Mumbai featured on the series will demonstrate how to cook their favorite recipes before having a frank conversation with Bagwe about their lives as a queer person.
Bagwe told Gaylaxy Mag they wondered why there was no lifestyle series whic!qkl%CE#FNO4A*ToHZ=5yKC7WcrojFLUo2_WY$VPPM9cP)Q=Bah highlighted queer experiences.
"We have a lot of stories to tell, stories of happiness, sorrows, struggles and aspG-dY3dy%&GmBjSbkO4^kH-FSIdmCMlqLUOxwVDf5O))U#2NMgWirations” Bagwe explained.
"This was +oy_6**1kl4^g=ZcUyp(x%Ol%2KUhcWtU#6(_sizwt5FIBuwWBalways a dream project for me so I am living my dream.”
From CloFdQLCqD-2gcRumxg9eiJdlsX(nskzA&GJBDx^J3vQFMe6Oy=n+set to Kitchen features people from across the LGBT community and from different backgrounds.
The first episode features Arjun Das, who was ruA&IuQnB_nu8cmkNh5NLUmY+BZop+s4Nap%DJllQ([email protected]nner up of Mr Gay India 2019.
different sections of the queer community fro+hHGVp)hxhWMaZ([email protected]*%ITBaD4ecU7PZ$m diverse class, religion, social & regional background.
The show launches on Paramplay’s website and app.