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LBC Films, a film production house by Leads Brand Connect (LBC), has announced the launch of its new celebrity food talk show - "Pakwaano Par Pak-Pak."

The show, sponsored by Bail Kolhu Kachchi Ghani Mustard Oil, showcases the unique rapport of celebs and the lighter side of their personalities.


Pakwaano Par Pak-Pak, created by LBC Films, will reunite Bollywood celebrities who have worked together in the past but haven't shared screen space lately.

The show revolves around "pakwaan," with guests discussing food and recipes while discovering their hidden cooking talent. The series is airing on LBC and Bail Kolhu YouTube channels. 

Aside from the star-studded banter and obsessions with epicurean delights, the show would include "bindaas bakaiti," which would capture candid and spontaneous moments as celebrities roast each other and answer surprising questions that often go unasked.

"We wanted to create a show that combines our love for food and Bollywood, and ‘Pakwaano Par Pak-Pak’ has the ingredients for both. We also wanted audiences to experience the unfamiliar and watch Bollywood celebs cook up a storm. It's a quirky show, to say the least. We’re excited to bring it to the audience and hope they enjoy it as much as we did,” said Richa Khandelwal, Managing Director of Leads Brand Connect.

The official sponsor of the show, Bail Kolhu Kachchi Ghani Mustard Oil has Manoj Bajpayee, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, and Pankaj Tripathi as ambassadors. It was the realisation that three actors are also connoisseurs of food that gave birth to the idea of "Pakwaano Par Pak-Pak."

"We partnered with LBC Films to conceptualise and make ‘Pakwaano Par Pak-Pak.’ They’ve already produced ad films for Bail Kolhu, and successfully, too. So, we trusted them to bring the idea to life according to our vision, which was not to have a regular talk show, but a fun run down memory lane with each celeb, their association with Bail Kolhu, and lots of good food. LBC’s innovative perspective, combined with our commitment to quality, has resulted in a fun-filled ride, making it a must-watch for epicureans and Bollywood fans alike," said Ghanshyam Khandelwal, Chairman, BL Agro Industries.

In the premiere episode of "Pakwaano Par Pak-Pak," viewers will witness the reunion of the trio from "Gangs of Wasseypur".

From Bajpayee nudging Tripathi to open 'Tripathi Tikka Corner' to dinner at Siddiqui's new bungalow, the conversation has the spicy twist of "Baap Ka, Dada ka, Bhai Ka… sabka khatir pakawan banayega Nawaz".