British wildlife adventurer Bear Grylls fans and fascinations are increasing in multiple folds day by day. The British adventurer is a famous personality in the world and his show Man vs Wild is a madly popular Discovery Channel staple.
Recently, Grylls also shot an episode with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other famous cine-personalities also. The show covers Grylls wild life adventure in the different kind of wild flora and fauna in various rain forests.Grylls along with the famed personalities explores the forest while gaining and imparting all the knowledge about surviving and escaping from the wild if stranded.
The British TV personality is currently shooting a 14-episode series with famous personalities across the globe. Grylls is currently exploring the Indian Wild Life with celebrities including many eminent names. He explored Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand with Indian PM Narendra Modi before shooting with South film industry megastar Rajnikanth in the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in Karnataka.
Recently, Bollywood Khiladi ‘Akshay’ Kumar and Bear Grylls also shot an episode in the Rampur Elephant Camp in Mullehole forest range. The Shoot was quite long and lasted three-plus hours capturing the duo enjoying the wild life. The forest officials co-operated in the shooting and both Grylls and Akshaythanked them for their graceful assistance in keeping the shooting secret.
According to the latest reports, Bear is all set to shoot the next episodes with two surprise names in the form of Indian Captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone. The news is yet to be confirmed, but it will definitely be an excitement for the legion of fans of both the celebrities.
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Virat and Deepika both are prominent personalities in their field. While the latter has been one of the top actresses with impressive performances in Padmavaat, Ram Leela, Bajirao Mastani and many more. Virat Kohli, on the other hand, is world’s best batsman across the format.