I understand that their show is not everyone's cup of tea. But I think that you will be interested to know that Rocky's father was an Army Officer who made the ultimate sacrifice during 1971 war. Mayur is also son of a retired Air Force Officer and he too had lost his uncle, a Naval Officer, during 1971 war. Moreover, even the director of the show is son of a retired Army Officer. So, there is no question whatsoever of these guys being disrespectful.
In fact, I feel that Rocky & Mayur are being pretty clever. Those two guys came into limelight because of their food show which was highly popular. So, they are just using that popularity to convert foodies (which consists of nearly the whole Indian population
) into Military enthusiasts. And to be truthful, I am not complaining as I have learnt a lot of interesting stuff (like MREs) because of this. If these guys were to make a serious and "professional" show, most of the casual audience would not have watched past first 2 mins and you can bet that watching any subsequent episode would have been out of question. Take Mission Army for instance. MI is definitely the most outstanding program on Indian Armed forces that I have ever seen but a mango aadmi may be unable to tolerate watching a full episode. Coming from Military family, these guys are not as ignorant as they make themselves out to be. They are just fooling around to make a general viewer feel comfortable and then to hook him in.
So, while everyone may not enjoy their immature brand of humour, we do need all kind of programs. We first need Rocky & Mayur for initial indoctrination of unsuspecting future mujahids. It is only after this that the advanced madrassa education can be understood to become a fully fledged sooside bomber. (As you may have already guessed, I do love Rocky & Mayur's immature brand of humour. So, please ignore the bad jokes
And I am sure that even you will admit to have learned from their shows. Considering the very short window of 20 mins, these guys dish out a lot of interesting info. I am confident that even the most ardent military enthusiast will learn a lot of stuff new to him from this program.
PS: During these food segments, these two guys are generally having an informal chat with soldiers. I find these chats very interesting and I think that they add a personal touch which most other shows don't care to emphasize upon. And in any case, the information given during food section is not all blabber. Most of it is very critical and important. The episodes on IAF's Jungle Snow Survivor School is an excellent example of that.