Atul Kochhar Hindi Actor

Atul Kochhar, born 31 August 1969, is a gourmet expert, restaurateur, and TV presenter. Kochhar opened his café Benares, which won him a Michelin star in 2007. From that point, he has opened a few award-winning cafés: Sindhu and Hawkyns in Buckinghamshire and Indian Essence in Kent. Kochhar was seen in TV programs including Saturday Kitchen, Masterchef Goes Large, Great British Menu, BBC2's Million Pound Menu, and Saturday Morning with James Martin.

 Additionally, he has penned various cookbooks: Simple Indian, Fish, Indian Style, Curries of the World, and 30 Minute Curries. Kochhar was born in Jamshedpur, India, and started his cooking profession at The Oberoi Group of inns in India (1989–1994). In June 1993, Kochhar graduated from the - star fancy Oberoi Hotel in New Delhi. Here he filled in as a sous chef in one of the five cafés in the directing a staff of 18 and promptly increasing the expectations in the kitchen. In January 1994, Kocchar moved to the café of cook Bernard Kunig. Kochhar proceeded with his cooking profession, and in January 2001, at 31 years, Kochhar was the leading Indian gourmet specialist to be granted a Michelin star.

Kocchar has been granted various awards, including getting an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Southampton to acknowledge his work and commitment to the culinary industry. Kochhar additionally has three different cafés: Sindhu at The Compleat Angler in Marlow, Hawkyns at The Crown Inn in Amersham, and Indian Essence in Petts Wood. Kocchar has received numerous honors, including an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Southampton to recognize his contributions to the culinary sector. Kochhar is a supporter of several charities, including Barnardo's, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Save the Children, and an ambassador for Find Your Feet. This organization helps impoverished rural communities.