The tandoor had always been used to make chewy rotis, when Kundan Lal Gujral thought of using it to bake chicken, marinated in lime, yoghurt and spices. Legend goes that, that is how tandoori chicken, with its crisp skin and tangy meat, came to be, from one of Moti Mahal’s owners. Monish Gujral is Kundan Lal’s grandson and at the helm of one of the country’s oldest tandoori/Mughlai cuisine chains, established in 1947. Their enviable client list includes former Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev, Shah of Iran, Kennedys and Jawaharlal Nehru. From 2010, the chain went overseas, even to UAE, Saudi Arabia, Muscat, Tanzania and New Zealand, among others. Next is China, informs the 54-year-old Gujral.
Where the rich are investing - 2019
Monish Gujral of Moti Mahal shares his investment mantra
An insight into the investment preferences of wealthy Indians
Summer wine and salad
Kishore Singh - January 19, 2015
The million-dollar question: Is investing a game of luck or skill?
Shankar Sharma - May 04, 2021
Every crisis is an opportunity, if you are on the right side of equities
Samir Arora - May 04, 2021
Viraj Mehta trusts the toughness and bounce of a company that has seen many trials
Viraj Mehta - May 04, 2021
Safir Anand spots a mid-sized company with the right chemistry and catalytic circumstances
Safir Anand - May 07, 2021