After Narendra Modi And Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar Reaches Mysore To Shoot For Man Vs Wild With Bear Grylls

Just yesterday, news about Rajinikanth shooting for Man VS Wild with Bear Grylls took everyone with surprise. Now the latest news is that Akshay Kumar is also in line to shoot with the British adventurer and has already reached Mysore for the shoot

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After Narendra Modi And Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar Reaches Mysore To Shoot For Man Vs Wild With Bear Grylls
Just yesterday news about Rajinikanth taking part in Man VS Wild with Bear Grylls took the internet by storm. Many fans were too elated as they would get to see their superstar Thalaiva in a new avatar and in the wild. Rajinikanth shot for the episode in the Bandipur forest. While shooting for the adventurous episode, news about Rajinikanth hurting his shoulder also came in, leaving his fans worried. Reassuring his fans that he was fine, Rajini also tweeted today morning saying, "Thank you very much dear
@BearGrylls
for an unforgettable experience ... love you.
@DiscoveryINthank you"

Now the latest to join the league is Akshay Kumar. After PM Narendra Modi's debut on Man Vs WIld last year, Akshay Kumar too follows suit and is already in Mysore to shoot for a special episode. News agency ANI took to twitter some time back to share a pic of Akki at the airport and seemed eager to join Bear. ANI tweeted, "Karnataka: Actor Akshay Kumar arrived at Mysore, earlier today, to shoot for an episode of 'Man vs Wild' with British adventurer Bear Grylls."




While Akshay has on many occasions has spoken about him being a total desi, his experience into the wild is going to be his first and his fans for sure will eagerly wait for Akshay taking on Bear Grylls and dominating him in his comfort zone.


We wonder who is the next Indian on the list of Man Vs Wild?


Image Source:-Twitter/rajinikanth
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