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News & Views Bollywood stars visit Chak89


Another Bollywood celebrity that recently payed a visit to Chak89, which is located in Mitcham, was Amitabh Bachchan, who signed the Celebrity Wall and happily posed for pictures with staff and management. The owner of Chak89 Mr Khalid said, “It was a privilege having such an influen- tial and inspiring Bollywood star here. It was great to speak to him and get his signature on our Bollywood Showdown wall


London restaurant Chak89 was recently visited by a special guest, Juhi Chawla, who was in the UK promoting her new film ‘I am’, directed by Onir, and to attend the Asian Women’s Film Festival, sponsored by Chak89.


While at Chak89 she ordered the Paneer, which she enjoyed so much


she even requested for some to be packed to take away with her. She also did an interview for the new B4U show Bollywood Showdown, with Raj and Pablo, while she was at the restaurant. Several parties were taking place in the function rooms, and Juhi made a sur- prise guest appearance,making time for her fans and signing autographs.


Party leaders show dads can be cooks too


In the July issue of Sainsbury’s mag- azine , which is now on sale in the company’s supermarkets, readers get a peek around the kitchen doors of the three main party leaders. They share their family favourites and show that even the busiest of dads can get involved in dishing up family meals. David Cameron and NIck Clegg both opt for pasta dishes. Cameron’s fea- tures red wine, chillies and spicy Italian sausages while Clegg’s is a melting pot of cream, peas and bacon. Meanwhile the Labour leader, Ed Miliband’s ‘tuna toasty’ is a combination of tuna, cheese and a splash of hot sauce.


Backing the Sainsbury’s magazine ‘Dishy Dads’ campaign, which aims to encourage more fathers into the kitchen, the leaders of the three main political parties join forces with chefs Michel Roux Jr, Nathan Outlaw and Tom Kitchin, amongst others, who reveal how their dads inspired them to get cooking from an early age. Sainsbury’s magazine readers will also be able to have their say on the subject of dads in the kitchen, by taking part in an exclu- sive online survey run in conjunction with Netmums.


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