Last year in August 2019, the entire nation witnessed Prime Minister Narendra Modi featuring on the Discovery Channel's show Man Vs Wild with Bear Grylls. As the show is hosted by Bear Grylls, the country saw PM Modi give Bear Grylls a tour of the Jim Corbett National Park in India and share his life experiences. Now, reportedly, after PM Modi’s adventurous journey in the wilds of India, Megastar Rajinikanth will soon feature on the Discovery channel's show alongside Bear Grylls. Reports state that Rajinikanth is currently shooting for the show in Bandipur forest.
On Twitter, a fan shared the news about Megastar Rajinikanth shooting for the Discovery Channel show Man Vs Wild with Bear Grylls. The fan tweeted, “SuperStar Rajnikanth in #ManVsWild. Shooting currently underway in Bandipur forest in Karnataka. After Prime minister Narendra Modi, Superstar becomes the 2nd Indian to be part of #ManvsWild show.” As Rajinikanth is one of the most popular and highest-paid actors in the country, in the episode with Bear Grylls, like PM Narendra Modi, the Petta actor will be seen talking about his life, childhood, career and lots more. Also Read: Secret Is Out! PM Namo Reveals How Bear Grylls Understood Hindi On Man Vs Wild
With Rajinikanth to feature in Man Vs Wild with Bear Grylls soon, the actor is currently filming with Bear Grylls in Karnataka’s Bandipur National Park. The shooting is currently underway in the Bandipur forest and has piqued our interest already. On Man Vs Wild with Bear Grylls, Rajinikanth will be the second Indian to feature on the show.
Meanwhile, Rajinikanth is currently shooting for his film Thalaivar 168 scheduled to hit the screens during Diwali 2020. On the other hand, Rajinikanth’s film Darbar was recently released on January 9, 2020.
Image source: Instagram/ Bear Grylls, Rajinikanth
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