On January 30, Bollywood celebrity Akshay Kumar can be anticipated to shoot for Bear Grylls’ ‘Man vs Wild’ which airs on Discovery channel.
New Delhi: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ‘Thailaiva’ Rajinikanth’ is ready to seem in an episode of ‘Man vs Wild’, the favored TV programme which airs on Discovery Channel. Adventurer and tv presenter Edward Michael Grylls, popularly often known as Bear Grylls, can be seen within the programme together with Rajinikanth. The ‘Darbar’ actor is in Karnataka’s Bandipur Tiger Reserve the place he’s taking pictures for ‘Man vs Wild’ since Monday (January 27) morning.
Revealing the identical, a senior forest division official knowledgeable a number one every day that, “The permission for the taking pictures has been given for six hours in a day for January 28 and 30 with a particular visitor every day. On Tuesday it’s with Rajanikanth and on 30th famous Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar can be anticipated.“
“Permission for the taking pictures has been given for Sultan Batteri freeway and ranges of Mulleholle, Maddur and Kalkere ranges. They can be taking pictures within the non-tourism zones. If permission to was given to Wild Karnataka taking pictures, then that is additionally permitted and in addition to chief wildlife warden has given permission. Also, no tourism or common forest patrolling and hearth line creation actions can be affected. The taking pictures Wil be completed beneath particular forest safety and nobody will concentrate on the areas,” the official additional instructed Indian Express.
‘Man vs Wild’ episode that includes PM Modi, which was shot in Uttarakhand’s Jim Corbett National Park, aired on August 12 final 12 months and it went on to create historical past by garnering highest slot viewership (on energetic channels) with 3.69 million impressions overtaking GEC chief Star Plus with 3.67 million impressions. Rajinikanth’s episode too is anticipated to create an enormous buzz.
The programme ‘Man vs Wild’ goals at creating consciousness about animal conservation and environmental change.
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