TV & Media

Radhika as a contestant on the revolutionary new show “Double the Money,” hosted by Sue Perkins. In this exciting series, pairs of ordinary people are challenged over several weeks to venture into the real world and double their money in a race to win a substantial cash prize. “Double The Money” kicks off with each pair receiving a modest starting pot of seed money on day one. From the moment they receive the cash, the clock starts ticking, and their mission is crystal clear: double the money within the next exhilarating few hours or risk elimination from the game.


Head of Daytime & Features at Channel 4, Jo Street said, “This is an incredibly exciting format that breaks the mould of traditional game shows. By taking the competition out of the shiny TV studio and immersing the contestants in the real world, we’re sure to see some truly creative ways of making money as our pairs battle it out for the top cash prize.”

Andrew Mackenzie, Co-CEO at South Shore said “The world is full of people with great side hustles and weird and wonderful ways to make money. In challenging economic times, this format tests the couples’ money-making ideas and their relationships.”  

 Tune in on Thursday 9th May at 8 pm Channel 4

The World Cook TV show on Amazon Prime video.

Radhika has recently participated in the Prime Video TV show called The World Cook.  She represented India in this global cooking competition, which is streaming now on Prime Video.

The World Cook’ is a new seven-part series which brings together 16 international cooks competing in a fast-paced, game changing, mouth-watering cooking competition. The show is hosted by French presenter Fred Sireix and Britain’s Emma Willis, who steer the show as chefs from around the world go head-to-head to be crowned “The World Cook” 

“It was unbelievable, and a dream come true to get this opportunity to represent India. It is such an honour to represent Indian and its diversity of cuisines on a global stage with such great chefs from 15 other countries.” Radhika

“I was excited to showcase the variety of flavours in our cuisine and change the perception some people have that Indian food is hot and spicy. I wanted to show that Indian cuisine is a lot more than korma and tikka! This also put a huge responsibility on me to do justice to the flavours and food of India. I was conscious of being in front of millions of viewers and therefore wanted to ensure that I do India and Indian cuisine proud,” she said.