Grylls, who shot a scene of famous wilderness endurance program ‘Man versus Wild’, with PM Modi in 2019, took to Twitter to share the legacy picture alongside an ardent subtitle. He tweeted, “One of my most loved photographs: dousing wet and imparting some tea to Prime Minister Modi.”
New Delhi: British traveler and ‘Into The Wild’ have Bear Grylls posted a legacy picture with Prime Minister Narendra Modi where the pair can be seen sharing tea on the banks of a stream at Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand.
Grylls, who shot a scene of famous wilderness endurance program ‘Man versus Wild’, with PM Modi in 2019, took to Twitter to share the legacy picture alongside a genuine subtitle. He tweeted, “One of my most loved photographs: drenching wet and imparting some tea to Prime Minister Modi after our @Discovery wilderness experience together.”
“This second helps me to remember how the wild is a definitive leveler. We are all very similar behind the titles and covers. #adventureunitesus,” he added.
The 2019 scene with Modi established a huge 3.6 billion connections, Grylls had uncovered. He likewise considered the PM an “notorious worldwide pioneer”. Modi had opened up about his unassuming beginnings as a tea merchant and his affection for climate and nature in his collaboration with Grylls in the scene.
Grylls has gone on a broadcast experience with a few Indian superstars. His most recent wilderness experience was with Bollywood entertainer Akshay Kumar in September 2020. The ‘Into the Wild With Bear Grylls’ including Kumar arose as the second most-watched show ever throughout the entire existence of the infotainment classification.
In March 2020, Rajinikanth showed up as an extraordinary visitor in Bear Grylls’ ‘Into The Wild’. The scene was shot in Karnataka’s Bandipur Tiger Reserve and National Park.