Indian Michelin star chef Vikas Khanna is all set to organise the 'world's largest Eid feast' in Mumbai, where he plans to feed almost two lakh people. The world-known chef has been providing rations for those worst-affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. According to a PTI report, the food is being collected at the Haji Ali Dargah, from where it will be distributed across Dharavi, Mahim Dargah and Mohammed Ali Road with the help of the National Disaster Response Force and 200 volunteers. The feast will begin on Friday and includes over one lakh kilos of dry ration, fresh and dry fruits, and juices among other things. Over the past month, he has been able to distribute over six million meals across 80 cities of India, he shared in a tweet.