He has launched a travelogue show "Roti Raastan Aur India", which aims to discover new recipes from local households and streets in different nooks of the country.
"Before this show, we were doing a lot of instructional shows. I wanted to do a show by seeing India with a different prism," Kapoor, who has been working on the show since two years. "There are many things in India which we might not know. So, we want to capture such things," he added.
The show will go on air Aug 24 on the masterchef's channel Food Food. It will be hosted by Saransh Goila, the winner of show "Food Food Maha Challenge". He is excited about travelling to different parts of the country for the show. "It's been a dream to travel through our country and I have the opportunity with this show," Goila said.