PM Modi with bear grylls in MAN VS WILD


  • PM Modi will be featuring in an episode of Man vs Wild on Discovery Channel.

  • Along with adventurer Bear Grylls.PM Modi is seen going on an adventure in Uttarakhand.

  • The show will be aired on August 12 on Discovery Channel at 9 pm.

  • prime Minister Narendra Modi will be seen in a never-seen-before avatar on August 12. when he ventures into the wilderness of Uttarakhand along with Bear Grylls. the host of the popular television show ‘Man vs Wild’ on Discovery Channel.

    The Discovery Channel has issued a statement saying the special episode featuring survivalist and adventurer Bear Grylls and shot in the India’s Jim Corbett National Park, will be a “frank and freewheeling journey”.
    In a clip of the show that was shared by Grylls on his Twitter account, PM Modi can be seen riding a small dinghy in a river along with the adventure travel show host.
  • In another scene, PM Modi is seen welcoming Grylls to India and holding up a weapon carved out of bamboo and other material collected from the forest and saying, “Main aapke liye isko mere paas rakhunga (I will keep this with me for you).”

    To this, Grylls replies with a laughter, “You are the most important man in India, my job is to keep you alive.”

    The show has been shot as a means to promote awareness on animal conservation and environmental change.

    The two can be seen riding dinghies, walking in the dense forests of Jim Corbett National Park and sharing a laugh.

    PM Modi was in Corbett, shooting for ‘Man vs Wild’ episode when the Pulwama attack happened. PM Modi did not go to Corbett during or after the Pulwama attack.

    In the days after the devastating attack on February 14, Opposition led by Congress and Rahul Gandhi trained their guns on PM Modi and said he was out to shoot a film while the jawans died in a terror attack.

    After the Opposition onslaught, the PMO had clarified with a detailed itinerary of PM Modi.

    The Prime Minister was in Uttarakhand to address a rally in Rudrapur, his journey was interrupted by rain. He spent 3 hours at the Jim Corbett National Park in the afternoon and also a tiger safari, an eco tourism zone and a rescue centre.

    The PMO also said that all through the journey he was monitoring the developments in Pulwama and later cancelled his Rudrapur visit and returned to Delhi via Bareilly.

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