Master Chef Telugu Promo: Tamannaah Calls Vijay Sethupathi 'Baby'

Tue Jul 20 2021 20:55:26 GMT+0530 (IST)

World famous cookery show Master Chef is set to enter the Indian market very soon. The show will be telecasted in almost all the major regional languages in the country. Gemini TV will be telecasting the Telugu version of Master Chef and the shooting for the same commenced already. Tamannaah shot for a few episodes and the show runners have already started airing promos of the show in a timely manner. There are reports suggesting that the show will commencing as early as this August.

Coming to the topic, Gemini TV's official Twitter handle has unveiled a new promo of the shot earlier today and it looks really interesting. Tamannaah and Vijay Sethupathi are seen in this promo which has a romantic vibe to it.

Vijay Sethupathi is seen dropping off Tamannaah on his bike and he then says "I know that you would have done a great job. Don't worry about it." To which, Tamannaah replies "Thank You Baby". The sparkling chemistry between the duo looks really interesting even though it is in no way related to the theme or the concept of the show. What is even more interesting is that Vijay Sethupathi dubs for himself in the promo.

"Master Chef | Coming Soon. Tamannah is ready to take the Master Chef to a whole new level.
Are you ready baby?#GeminiTv #MasterChefOnGeminiTV @tamannaahspeaks @VijaySethuOffl," Gemini TV's tweet read.

While Tamannaah hosts Master Chef Telugu, Vijay Sethupathi will be in action for the Tamil version. The duo had already shot for their respective versions. Interestingly enough, many of the promos of the Telugu version feature both Vijay Sethupathi and Tamannaah, despite the fact that only Tamannaah will be hosting the show.

Gemini TV is also set to telecast Evaru Meelo Koteeswarulu which will be hosted by Jr NTR. Even Tarak has started shooting for this show and it is expected to go on air from September or later, based on Gemini TV's scheduling. The noted Television entertainment channel is lining up a series of intriguing small screen infotainment shows which are likely to go on air in the next couple of months.