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Travelxp Tamil to launch two new shows on 14 Apr
MUMBAI: Travelxp Tamil is all set to add two brand-new shows to its line-up—‘Damu’s Kitchen’ and ‘Krazee Foodie’.
The two shows will be launched on the occasion of Puthandu, Tamil New Year, on 14 April.
The New Year begins with the introduction of a food band with ‘Damu’s Kitchen’, a studio-based cookery show hosted by renowned chef Dr K Damodaran. Popularly known as Chef Damu, a Guinness Book record-holder for the longest cooking marathon, is the first Indian chef to receive a PhD in hotel management and catering technology. ‘Damu’s Kitchen’ goes on air with a curtain raiser on 14 April. The series will be aired Monday to Friday at 7:30 pm.
‘Krazee Foodie’ is a destination-based food show where celebrity host Nanjil Vijayan explores the streets of cities and towns in search of the best food joints and restaurants. Viewers will get to know more about their favourite food joints in Tamil Nadu. It will later expand to other regions. ‘Krazee Foodie’, which goes on air on 15 April, will be aired on Saturdays and Sundays at 7:30 pm.
“We are delighted to further expand our content offering on Travelxp Tamil with the same impeccable promise of quality. We are fully committed to providing an immersive experience to the audiences with our 100% original and exclusive programming of Travelxp Tamil, benefiting our distribution partners as well,” said Travelxp director Nisha Chothani.
Launched on 13 December 2016, Travelxp Tamil, the first Tamil lifestyle channel, is available on Tata Sky, Videocon d2h, Jio TV and cable TV networks. It is the sister channel of Travelxp HD, a travel channel available globally in over 50 million homes.