As the popular cooking reality show, "MasterChef India 4", is gearing up for its final episode on 12 April, the makers as well as host channel Star Plus are leaving no stone unturned to make it a grand episode.
According to a Bollywood Life report, last season's winner Ripudaman Handa will make an appearance on the show.
Interestingly, the handsome chef will not be cooking a delicious dish, but will set the stage on fire with his amazing dancing skills. Ripudaman will perform with his fiancé Shivangi Verma on the grand finale. The two had earlier showcased their dancing skills in the previous season of "Nach Baliye".
"Nach Baliye moments. The shoot is only for one day but I hope I could extend it for at least seven to eight months. We are performing on the song Chaar kadam from film PK. After getting so much of appreciation from our judges in Nach Baliye, we've fallen in love with dancing. I love to dance on soft and romantic songs like Ishqwala love, Chaar kadam, Ishq bulava." said Shivangi.
"Ripudaman Handa – Performing with Shivangi in MasterCheff finals makes me more confident about myself. MasterChef has always been my second home. Whatever I am today is because of MasterChef. Hence sharing this platform with Shiivangi makes me feel proud and happy." Ripudaman added.
Recent reports also suggested that "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" stars Kangana Ranaut and R Madhavan, and television producer Raghu Ram would also feature in the episode.
The National Award-winning actress will be seen cooking some delicious dishes along with the "3 Idiots" actor, Madhavan.
Judged and hosted by experts Vikas Khanna, Sanjeev Kapoor and Ranveer Brar, the show had a vegetarian twist this season.
Akshay Kumar, who judged the first season of "MasterChef India", is likely to be the judge of the finale of the fourth season. In fact, Aamir Khan - who turned vegan recently - was also approached to judge the final episode by host channel Star Plus, probably because of his long-term association with the channel that airs his "Satyamev Jayate" show.