Sandalwood: Shine Shetty’s passion for food gets bigger and better
Turning passion into a business is not something one can pull off easily. But for Sandalwood actor and Bigg Boss Kannada winner Shine Shetty, things seem to be going the right way.
Bengaluru: Just like how Shine Shetty’s career grew from working in the small screen to the big screen and to then becoming the winner of a popular reality show, Shine’s passion turned food business is also roaring success.
Shine Shetty’s food truck has been quite famous for a very long time now. What started as a small business with just an auto is now a full-fledged food truck. Situated in Bengaluru’s Banashankari II Stage, the food truck has become the talk of the town.
The truck is the outcome of the months long efforts Shine put into enhancing and designing each part of the truck personally.
After several weeks of delay due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the food truck was finally open to serve to customers recently. Following all the social distance norms, the brand-new food truck was inaugurated by Sandalwood actor and director Rishab Shetty along with BJP State Yuva Morcha President Dr Sandeep Kumar.
Sandalwood’s favourite villain’s and theatre artists Pramod Shetty and Ugramm Manju were also present at the inaugural ceremony wishing Shine and his business the best.
The inauguration of the food truck took place in the presence of family, friends and co-stars from the industry including Pragathi Shetty, Chandana Ananthakrishna and a few others.
On the work front, Shine Shetty will soon be seen in Rishab Shetty’s next venture ‘Rudraprayag’ which will also feature veteran actor Anant Nag in the lead. Meanwhile, Shine Shetty has also been approached for a web series to be directed by Rahu Sukirana, which is yet to go on floors.