The Into the Wild with Bear Grylls featuring Rajnikanth is to premiere on 23 March. Rajnikanth is now the second Indian after Prime Minister Narendra Modi to feature in this show.
Bear Grylls posted the episode trailer in his twitter handle today which confirm the release date of the episode.
In the tweet Bear said “Superstar @Rajinikanth’s relentless positivity and never giving up spirit was so visible in the wild as he embraced every challenge thrown at him. Respect! Watch Into The Wild with @BearGrylls on March 23 at 8:00 pm. @DiscoveryIN #ThalaivaOnDiscovery”
The shooting for this episode took place in Karnataka’s Bandipur Tiger Reserve st the end of January 2020.
The trailer ends with a statement by Rajnikanth “This is the Real Adventure”. In a trailer we saw Rajnikanth climbing the tree, swamped into the lake, crossing the bridge while hanging in to it and also we saw Rajnikanth signature style to wear his spectacles.
Water conservation is the theme of this episode.
Superstar @Rajinikanth’s relentless positivity and never giving up spirit was so visible in the wild as he embraced every challenge thrown at him. Respect! Watch Into The Wild with @BearGrylls on March 23 at 8:00 pm. @DiscoveryIN #ThalaivaOnDiscovery pic.twitter.com/s9PodYGv05
— Bear Grylls (@BearGrylls) March 9, 2020
With this episode Superstar Rajnikanth is going to make his TV debut after 45 years of Cinema Carrier.
Earlier while talking about the show, Rajinikanth said in a statement, “Into The Wild is a truly unique show – at one level it offers adrenaline-pumping action, while at another, the show lends itself beautifully to driving a specific purpose for the larger good of society. So, when, officials from Discovery, a brand globally respected for offering inspiring real-life entertainment, approached me, I agreed to finally make my debut on TV after more than four decades of cinema. Kavithalayaa, the iconic Production house founded by my guru K. Balachander, also played a significant role.”
Bandipur National Park is a national park located in the Indian state of Karnataka, which is the state with the second highest tiger population in India. This National Park is one of the premier Tiger Reserves in the country.
Bandipur National Park is the home of many Flora and Fauna. Bandipur supports a good population of endangered and vulnerable species like Indian elephants, gaurs, tigers, sloth bears, muggers, Indian rock pythons, four-horned antelopes, jackals and dholes.
Bandipur is the home to over 200 species of birds.