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Buried Seeds: An Evening With Chef Vikas Khanna (Complete)

NEW YORK, February 21, 2019 — Following the screening of Buried Seeds, a film that tells the incredible life story of "India’s favorite chef" Vikas Khanna, the film's director Andrei Severny and Khanna discuss the documentary and answer audience questions. The conversation was moderated by Asia Society Vice President Tom Nagorski. (35 min., 25 sec.)


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