The Dhaka audition for the popular reality show ‘Shera Radhuni’ ended at the capital on Monday.
The Dhaka round audition was initiated on March 8 and ended successfully on March 10 at Dhaka Residential Model College.
A total of 180 culinary artists attended the audition and 12 got a promotion for the next level of the special hunt. The country’s reputed culinary specialist Rahima Sultana Rita and internationally acclaimed chef Shuvabrata Maitra has attended the audition as a judge.
‘Shera Radhuni 1427’, the reality show that is based around finding the best culinary artists in Bangladesh will be aired on Maasranga Television. Following the success of last five seasons’ diversified arrangements; this year’s event will also have novelty and exciting competition to enjoy. Shoot in beautiful locations, there will be innovative challenges; tough cooking competition and judgment.
Based on the slogan- “Not just the people surrounding you, your cooking talent will be cherished across the nation”, Shera Radhuni 1427, the 6th season of Shera Radhuni launched registration throughout the country.
Any Bangladeshi male or female over 18 years of age can take part in it. The registration process for this season’s Shera Radhuni would be little different. Due to pandemic, participants will experience some newness in audition process. However, in order to ensure that the judges have a good idea about participants’ cooking skills and ability to present themselves, the contestants will have to create and send a cooking video of their own recipes in order to register for the competition. Contestants can create a ‘step-by-step’ cooking video explaining the cooking process and method or, he/she can make a video with their fully prepared dish in front of him/her and describe the ingredients and cooking method on the camera. If anyone is unable to make video, they can send the word file of their recipes or image of handwritten recipes along with the photograph of them with their prepared dishes.