Dipna Anand, Indian chef based in London, says she is in talks with "MasterChef India" producers and if the deal closes, she will appear on the fourth season of the popular cooking-based reality show.
Anand, who has mastered Punjabi food, was recently in the country to promote her recipe book "Beyond Brilliant" and if things work out, she will be heading back to India soon.
"I am currently in talks with 'MasterChef India' producers and hopefully may appear as an expert on the show for a day," Anand told IANS in an email interaction from London.
"Besides this, since I am in India for three to four times a year, I intend doing some pop-up chef shows here with culinary clubs and corporates," she added.
The fourth season of "MasterChef India" has come up with a unique vegetarian format and is judged by star chefs Sanjeev Kapoor, Vikas Khanna and Ranveer Brar.
The show is currently aired on Star Plus channel.