Vikas Khanna, Kunal Kapur get back to 'MasterChef India' kitchen

Mumbai: Chefs on board, quite literally! Cooking-based reality TV show "MasterChef India" will be back on the Indian small screen with season five.

Celebrity chefs Vikas Khanna and Kunal Kapur -- who have been associated with "MasterChef India" in the previous seasons -- have come onboard for the upcoming season, read a statement. 

They will be seen mentoring and guiding the contestants. 

Zorawar Kalra, who holds the title of ‘The Prince of Indian Cuisine', will be making his debut at the judging panel. The show will be aired on Star Plus channel. 

The fifth season will reiterate how the skill of a chef is acquired over years of learning and practising with passion, hard work and toil, knowledge and excellence and their spirit to be applauded by one and all.

Culinary experts Sanjeev Kapoor, Khanna and Ranveer Brar judged "MasterChef India" season four.