This Indian romantic drama revolves around a mistaken lunchbox delivery that sparks a unique friendship between a young woman and an older man, highlighting the role of food in connecting people and evoking emotions.
In this heartwarming film, a schoolteacher, Stanley, doesn't bring lunch but shares his classmates' delicious meals. The narrative beautifully intertwines the significance of food with themes of friendship and childhood.
A unique love story unfolds between a grumpy chef (Amitabh Bachchan) and a spirited woman (Tabu) with opposing tastes, blending humor with a culinary journey that adds flavor to their unconventional romance.
Focused on the life of a newlywed woman, this Malayalam film delves into the traditional expectations around cooking and domestic responsibilities, shedding light on societal norms and the role of food in expressing individuality.
A remake of the Hollywood film, this Indian comedy-drama follows a chef who rediscovers his culinary roots by starting a food truck. While the film is about second chances, it also celebrates the joy of cooking and the connection between food and memories.
Gaurav, who gets fired from his job and starts a tiffin service called Maa’s Magic with his childhood friend Mal. His target customers are 20-something corporate slaves who crave genuine homemade meals. The film does not revolve around food but the startup culture.
Inspired by the life of cookbook author, television show host and amateur chef Tarla Dalal, Tarla, played by Huma Qureshi, tells the story of a woman who finds her calling when she’s asked to teach young women how to cook.