Indian-origin contestant Justin Narayan has got all the reasons to be on cloud nine. He has emerged as the winner of this year’s MasterChef Australia. Justin notched the trophy by beating three other contestants on the show during the grand finale. Along with the coveted MasterChef trophy, he also took home a whopping USD 250,000 Rs 1.86 crore prize money. Narayan also took to his social media to share the moment with his fans and followers.
He shared a series of photos from the show and wrote, “Find people that believe in you. Back yourself. Go hard and hopefully you’ll surprise yourself! Whoever’s reading this I love you.” The first click shows him beaming with joy while lifting the trophy. Soon after he shared the post, his fans and friends started congratulating Justin on the big win.
Expressing his happiness over winning the show, Justin said, “I feel incredibly honoured and humbled to have that title and to be able to win this competition. I’m genuinely going to take a week to process this and let it sink in, and then I’ll, like, write you an email, let you know how I feel."
Take a look at the post below:
Earlier, while speaking with News18, MasterChef Australia 13 winner talked about his journey on the show and asserted that it was a very humbling experience and that he feels absolutely honoured to be a part of it.
Justin is the second Indian-origin person on the show to take home the MasterChef trophy. Before him, it was prison guard Sashi Cheliah, who had won the title in 2018.
Image source: Instagram/justinnarayan