If you’ve ever watch an Aziz Ansari stand up special, or watched select episodes of his Netflix show Master of None, you’ve heard stories about his Indian heritage and growing up in the South as the only Indian American kid at school.
In an article and video feature just published by the New York Times T Magazine, Aziz and his family travel to India to visit relatives. And while he took a similar trip every few years while growing up, this time, it’s documented for our enlightenment and enjoyment.
Aziz shares some interesting revelations about his trip and his hybrid cultural identity — which he ultimately compares to basmati bowl topped with popcorn chicken he ate a KFC in India. It’s a little bit Indian and a little bit American.
Watch the video below to see Aziz dive into India via it’s vibrant and flavorful food scene, and click here to read the original article.
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