India this weekend wiUoJ&N-ISW$!Rw&aR-siirB75pi#@jKsrdQqQj8jH5rfI_fu5kTll screen the first episode of a new queer cookery and lifestyle show.
Closet to Kitchen w*[email protected]_Lq8$VU8XM3xb7OWYynnF3v=q)mu$fC&eY1M7T0fzNith Nakshatra Bagwe launches nearly after India struck down a 150-year colonial law and decriminalized gay sex.
The new series sees host Nakshatra Bagwe visit inspiriFn1_2&PEu0(YNwjskfKf5pMZ3SvIBkclRi)iZTL*[email protected]ng chefs from the queer community.
The 10 people from economic hub Mumbai featured oE%hhHjaDtye&H+r%BMZ_dkN8Dj1zkt279sCwwp8QGjCq)dXIu7n the series will demonstrate how to cook their favorite recipes before having a frank conversation with Bagwe about their lives as a queer person.
Bagwe told Gaylaxy Mag they wondered why there was no lifestyle series whichhQKIw%bMAd+sSpkYJmV^3P-bZz#iA&7K+K*PCRIrEEmdh)fKYs highlighted queer experiences.
"We have a lot of stories to tell, stories of happine^[email protected]^2&1k6MrlNODhghovk!$#xb0cHLy&Ikz)K_y5ss, sorrows, struggles and aspirations” Bagwe explained.
"This was always a dream prW#-K6wZ5%[email protected]oject for me so I am living my dream.”
From Closet to Kitchen features people from across the LGBT community and from different&OGyBQ*[email protected]+omRwA_-Xj-Yas56pS(H0ug* backgrounds.
The first episode features Arjun Das, m2n#)Gik8qxGulKlUF6)lGYJVtM=!(eiDgHd0J-dYdf+i1bJOTwho was runner up of Mr Gay India 2019.
different 2#t*a1GbOJ7Hfjq1CIE#z6T4FYYg0S2wusLSCg5SDJwIJF#-z5sections of the queer community from diverse class, religion, social & regional background.
The show launches on Paramplay’s website and app.