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#WhatInTheWorldHappenedTo... Prim Reddy?

Is Prim Reddy for her next chapter?

On another #TBT on the afternoon drive and Xolani Gwala tracked down former TV and Radio personality and now a mother Prim Reddy! Prim is into food now and runs successful Indian restaurants, called The Indian Chapter! She is planning to add more restaurants and explore her culinary adventures.

Prim Reddy was a TV presenter for more than a decade and also dabbled in Radio at Primedia, but her appetite was too insatiable and it led her straight into the kitchen! After completing her MBA Prim is now into India hospitality and runs a restaurant called The Indian Chapter with Prim Reddy. Prim took over a restaurant that was failing and has made it a success. Her first restaurant, which she calls "Chapter One" got so successful that she then opened "chapter two". Prim plans to open more chapters in the future.

Listen to the interview with Prim Reddy here..


This article first appeared on 702 : #WhatInTheWorldHappenedTo... Prim Reddy?


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