Shipra Khanna

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Shipra Khanna
Born (1986-11-17) 17 November 1986 (age 30)
Shimla, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Celebrity chef
Known for Winning MasterChef India (season 2)

Shipra Khanna won[1] the TV show MasterChef India (season 2)[2] (broadcast on Star Plus).[3]

Personal life[edit]

She went to school at Lorreto convent and St Bede's. Winner of Masterchef India Season 2.<ref name=NA>Amrit Dhillon. "Winner of MasterChef India: chef". The National. Retrieved 25 January 2012. 


After winning MasterChef India Season 2 .Masterchef India winner, Shipra Khanna has her own digital channel Shipra's Kitchen on You tube . She has been honoured as "Woman Chef Taking Tastes Beyond borders" by SAARC AND SCWEC in Nepal. "Himachali of the Year ", Honoured by the CM of Himachal Pradesh ,Mr Dhummal, honoured by the ROTARY CLUB ,also as Femina woman of the year the list goes on and on . She is also an author and has written "The Spice Route" and "Sinfully Yours"which has won the Best TV Celebrity Cookbook at the World Gourmand Awards in China She has inaugurated the Tandoor (Indian Clay Oven) at Le Cordon Bleu Paris .Chef Khanna is the Culinary Ambassador to Australia and has travelled to countries like Singapore,Switzerland,Oman,France,Spain, Britain with the Ministries on a culinary trail as an ambassador with Cox and kings. You can watch her shows on Sony U.A.E ,Star plus U.A.E. Star Plus, Colors and Colors HD U.S.A. Food Food one and only dessert show in India which is extremely popular .Shipra Khanna is popular as one of the most "Glamorous chef's in the world today !


  1. ^ "'MasterChef 2' has helped me reclaim my life: Shipra Khanna - Times Of India". 2012-01-02. Retrieved 2012-01-03. 
  2. ^ "'Masterchef' Shipra Feels She has Much to Stir". 2011-08-10. Retrieved 2012-01-03. 
  3. ^ "Shipra Khanna". Star Puls. 

External links[edit]

Shipra Khanna Interview