The famous surviving television show, Man vs Wild, may feature superstar Rajinikanth in a new episode with survivalist Bear Grylls. The popular adventure show in an earlier edition featured Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which was shot at the Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand.

Now, Bear Grylls is back in India. Today, he has arrived at the Bandipur Tiger Reserve and National Park in Karnataka along with Thailaiva Rajinikanth to shoot a special episode for the show.

South star Rajinikanth arrived at the location wearing a blue jacket pairing with grey track pants. He was also carrying a cross-body bag. Mr Grylls was seen in a black jacket and blue jeans. Sources informed the shooting will take place during the daytime from 6 am to 6 pm. 

T. Balachandra, the director of the Bandipur Tiger Reserve, said that they have only permitted the use of cameras a few types of equipment required to shoot wildlife documentaries. They were also forbidden to use any heavy vehicles.

Most of the sequences for the episode will be shot along the highway and a bridge, while one scene involves crossing a water body using a coracle. Bear Grylls has hosted many other celebrities in his show, including former American President Barack Obama. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi featured as a special guest in the show after the Indian General Elections of 2019. 

Rajinikanth is one of the most successful and highest-paid actors in India, and his fans are eagerly waiting to get a glimpse of him adventuring in the wild with the British adventurer. His next release is the cop action thriller Darbar. As per reports, Grylls will be returning with another season of National Geographic’s Running Wild With Bear Grylls, which will feature Hollywood celebrities such as Joel McHale, Cara Delevingne, Rob Riggle, Armie Hammer, and others.

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