Sudha Dhir, a 65-year-old homemaker from Gurgaon, Friday won the Dabur Hommade HomeStar contest.
Sudha Dhir prepared Chicken Dhaniyewala and Samolina Drops and won the national level culinary contest, organised by Dabur India Ltd.
She has won a trip to New York and an opportunity to cook in celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna's internationally acclaimed restaurant Junoon.
Khanna, seen as one of judges on Star Plus' MasterChef India, was the judge of the contest along with Praveen Jaipuria, marketing head - food, Dabur India Ltd.
The Supreme Court Friday dismissed the plea of Haryana's former chief minister Om Prakash Chautala seeking to put on hold the telecast of TV serial "Crime Patrol Dastak" episode on teachers recruitment scam for which he was convicted and jailed.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir while dismissing the plea by Chautala, however, asked Sony TV - the channel on which the serial is telecast - to camouflage the characters as to avoid any direct reference to the actual scam.
TV actor Avinesh Rekhi is in no hurry to venture into films, but adds that if he will get an opportunity, he would like to do a comic role.
Currently seen as gangster Sultan in Colors TV show "Madhubala - Ek Ishq Ek Junoon", he says right now he is honing his acting skills.
"Big screen? My career has just started now, but I will grab all the opportunities. Rest depends on god when He gives me a chance to showcase my talent on the big screen," said Avinesh, who was last seen in Colors' thriller show "Chhal - Sheh Aur Maat".
As a special treat to their mothers, a host of TV stars will team up with them for a "Meri Ma" special show on Mother's Day.
Karan Tacker, Ravi Dubey, Sayantani Ghosh, and Om Chettri will be seen entertaining their mothers and saluting them for their love and support on the show.
The highlight of the show will be a fashion show where all the mothers will walk the ramp.
Rahul Mahajan, son of late Bharatiya Janata Party leader Pramod Mahajan, will host the show with Karan and Neelu Vaghela, known for playing Bhabho in "Diya Aur Baati Hum".
Eijaz Khan says television is an "extended reality" and there will be plenty of opportunities for him on the small screen, but he is keen to explore other mediums across the globe.
"Television is an extended reality. Whatever we do on TV, it happens in real life too. So if I can convince myself, I can convince the audience. You can bring so many new things. There will never be a dearth of characters for me," he told IANS.
The same character can be played in different ways, he feels.