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I love home-cooked Indian food: Arijit Singh

Arijit Singh  playback singer prefers Indian food.

Published: 03rd November 2016 03:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd November 2016 07:09 PM   |  A+A-

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Arijit Singh

By BNS

Thanks to his long string of hit songs, Arijit Singh is one of the most sought-after male playback singers today. The 29-year-old singer, who is currently making waves for infusing the title song of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil with just the right measure of pathos, reveals that his diet stresses on simple and nutritious food, and he prefers home-made Indian food.

I begin my day with A cup of black tea.

My dietary preference
I am basically a non-vegetarian but I also love vegetarian food. In non-vegetarian fare, my favourite is chicken, and I like to have some vegetarian dishes along with my chicken.

My breakfast
Is random – it could be whatever is made at home, basically home food.

My lunch is Dal and sabzi.

My favourite dish
I like anything made at home, so basically home food is my favourite.

My evening snack
In the evenings I usually have some health drink.
My dinner:
Is mostly light, may be a soup and some very light food with one roti.

My fitness regimen: Whenever I get a chance, I play any sport.

My favourite restaurant
Food Inn, it has helped me a lot.

My favourite cuisine
I love Indian food.
My favourite cook
My mom and my wife – they both cook excellent food.

Favourite desserts
I enjoy having ice-creams.

A childhood memory associated with food:
I remember I would love having rice with any accompaniment.

My favourite fruits
I relish oranges and apples.

My favourite beverage
I like drinking anything cold.

My idea of a romantic meal Meals are always romantic. But if you talk about romance while having food, that is not happening; food is more important.



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