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“Man Vs Wild” Promo Video: Bear Grylls And Prime Minister Modi

Bear Grylls And PM Modi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to appear on a special episode of the hugely popular show on Discovery channel, ‘Man vs Wild.’ British former SAS (Special Air Service) serviceman, survival instructor, and honorary lieutenant-colonel, an adventurer and television presenter Bear Grylls is the host of the show and along with him, Modi ventured into the Indian wild. The promo of Bear Grylls And PM Modi is out and it is quite interesting.

Bear Grylls Posted the same in his official Instagram


PM Modi is seen walking in the jungle, taking a ride in rafting oar and also doing some adventures in the wild. This venture of Modi is to create awareness about animal conservation & environmental change. This special episode was shot in Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand and will get aired on Discovery channel on August 12th at 9 PM. 

Modi is seriously proving that he is the Supreme Prime Minister of the country as no one has ever done such feats.  So let’s wait for August 12th and witness Modi’s wild adventures.

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