Buddies: Nikhil Sinha, Mouni Roy and Mohit RainaFlooded with compliments

Producer Nikhil Sinha threw a bash on the occasion of the launch of his new show Devon Ke Dev — Mahadev on the new channel Life OK.

Everyone took to the dance floor after attending the screening of the first episode and had a great time.

Said Nikhil Sinha, “Everyone watched the first episode together and the feedback for the episode was excellent. The cast and crew had a great time partying and everyone rocked the dance floor.”

Mouni Roy, who acts in the show, was flooded with compliments for her good looks and was all smiles as soon as beau Gaurav Chopra came in.

Juhi Aslam, the small wonder, was seen in a complete party mood with everyone telling her that she was looking cute.

Producer Nikhil Sinha, along with wife Suhana Sinha, played perfect hosts.

Deadly traps 

HBO presents ‘Green Zone’ on December 28 at 9 pm. The movie stars Matt Damon, Brendan Gleeson, Greg Kinnear and Amy Ryan.

At the beginning of the war in Iraq, Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller searches for the weapons of mass destruction as he and his team battle both inaccurate intelligence and deadly traps.

Big bad world

The bike world is all about speed, power and image. It’s brave and it’s loud.

A place where size matters — ‘Big Big Bikes’ goes unashamedly to the place where excess is everything, in search of the most outrageous machines and riders in the world.

‘Big Big Bikes’ airs on December 28 at 8 pm on Discovery Turbo.

Try out a delicious slice of Greece

Watch ‘Food Safari Europe — Greek’ on December 28 at 9.30 pm on FOX Traveller.

‘Food Safari’ journeys into the warm, welcoming, delicious world of Greek food where “I’m not hungry” is never an excuse not to try something yummy.

Food explorer and broadcaster Maeve O’Meara joins her friend chef Peter Conistis in a Greek emporium to find out what olive oil is best to use, how to pick a good fetta cheese, which little tin holds the best tarama to make taramosalata, great spices like mastic, herbs
such as rigani and much more.

Enjoy a yeeros break and then see how filo was made traditionally and how a busy young mother makes a fast delicious spanokopita (spinach pie).

George Calombaris from Melbourne’s Press Room takes you home to demonstrate how to make a Greek lamb that just melts in your mouth.

He also whips up the easiest and most delicious Greek salad and extols the virtues of a good glass of ouzo.

Caterer Savva Savvas makes an easy tzatzki, watermelon and fetta salad and whacks some calamari on the barbecue.

Across bakeries in Sydney and Melbourne, the show explores the syrupy deliciousness of Greek sweets then learn how to make fig loukoumades from Peter Conistis, chef and owner of Omega Restaurant in Sydney.

And Liz Kaydos, ‘Greek Gourmet Safari Guide’ and coffee-maker, demonstrates how to make the perfect Greek cup of coffee using the briki.

Break from the ordinary

If you are looking to break away from your usual eggs and pancakes breakfast
routine, tune in to ‘Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern’ as the adventurous eater discovers meals you wont find on an average menu.

Follow Andrew Zimmern and his ironclad stomach as he wanders around markets and restaurants taking viewers behind the scenes to savour the local cuisine — even if that means chewing on pig stomach or licking ice cream made of salt codfish.

Follow Andrew in this episode as he travels to Mexico to savour some bizarre delicacies. The programme airs on December 28 at 9 pm on TLC.


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