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From Sachin Tendulkar To Virat Kohli: Celebs Bite Into Food Ventures

From trendy discos to cloud kitchens and plant-based meat brands, Indian celebrities are grabbing a bite of India's food industry.

Thriving Ventures

Many Indian celebrities have seen their investments in the industry come to fruition.

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Shilpa Shetty's Bastian

Launched in 2016, the actor's Bandra restaurant has thrived and is often visited by Mumbaikars.

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Virat Kohli's One8 Commune

One8 Commune has grown from one outlet in Delhi's Aerocity in 2019 to about three in Delhi, and one each in Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata and Dubai.

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Zakir Khan's Mehfil Biryani

Delivery-only Mehfil Biryani started in partnership with cloud kitchen startup BigSpoon. It claimed to be the largest single-day food and beverage launch ever in India, with 28 cities and 66 outlets.

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Shutters Down

Not all Indian celebs got what they intended to order. Here are some whose investments didn't deliver.

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Sunil Shetty's H2O

Actor Sunil Shetty's -The Liquid Lounge shut its doors for customers. The restaurant served Mughlai, continental, Chinese and north Indian cuisines.

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Arjun Rampal's LAP

Delhi-based nightclub LAP, owned by the actor Arjun Rampal, shut down.

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Sachin Tendulkar's Restaurant

The cricket legend tried his hand in the restaurant business, but couldn't replicate his on-pitch success. His Mumbai-based restaurant—Tendulkar's—was shut down.

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