India this weekend wyFZc-l7QpiRIKUY^5OCX7ZCwu!r&*2t!sc)lDLg%N-9-urnidCill screen the first episode of a new queer cookery and lifestyle show.
Closet to Kitchen with Nakshatra Bagwe launches nearly after India stru8(xaI^EuvCaNw_NVbNxe=HBD3%5nyze_D0FW*6!Mxm%=^x3$%Sck down a 150-year colonial law and decriminalized gay sex.
The new series sees host Nakshatra Bag[email protected]!3nx94p^%zGQ*QqetV5-BSwFfJ4PzG)Aa6)cUQltUwe visit inspiring chefs from the queer community.
The 10 people from economic hub Mumbai featured on the series will demonstrate howwhULEMXxENad#[email protected](*)udp19deO%5qE&3i1nznb*!b-o+2SV to cook their favorite recipes before having a frank conversation with Bagwe about their lives as a queer person.
Bagwe told Gaylaxy Mag they wondered why there was no lifestyle series which h48nAFFCkT#e**AZtfv*bLx8)ttgOk+5g7MXx3r^FQW6)xgsUA8ighlighted queer experiences.
"We have a lot of stories to tell, stories of happiness, sorrows, struggles and aspirations” Bagwe explaiH6(XmJOa-pdrmKYNATtKWv1$wz=P4JoWE0RhPbSTnviymMLU*hned.
"T#YtYeq!8ps-ix-UL2**+uzoOJ8Bp5wUqCY5l(kLH)hrw1zefJ4his was always a dream project for me so I am living my dream.”
From Closet to Kitchen features people from across the LGBT comM3!&Ikv74)=iitA^#bF(6b%[email protected]%$N+S+d5s^Omunity and from different backgrounds.
The firsto2)Q7nh_WO3Rw)V2E2e4Y%9ylVTHeczUGi5*Q+vPBX$_hyKY%8 episode features Arjun Das, who was runner up of Mr Gay India 2019.
different sections of the queer community from diverse class, religion, social & regional backgrou*JARk0PW2LyfzUha6WgszfOgKCa*ny%2=frghwZ3%DuwkGm*VOnd.
The show launches on Paramplay’s website and app.