Ever since the maverick survivor Bear Grylls came up with his new series–Into The Wild With Bear Grylls, both he and the show have been making headlines. The show made a blockbuster entry into India by roping in Prime Minister Modi for the first episode. Focussed on continuing the success, Bear will be hosting Rajinikanth for the second episode of Into The Wild With Bear Grylls. By Kumar Shree
Those fans who can never have enough of their favourite superstar Rajinikanth are in for a treat, as Sivaji The Boss star will soon be seen in a new episode of Into The Wild With Bear Grylls. Thalaiva, who recently delighted his fans with his latest blockbuster Darbar, sure knows how to keep his fans on the edge of their seats, be it in theatre or their homes.
However, there are no confirmed Updates on the show, or when the second episode comes out, the latest reports suggest that Rajinikanth and Bear Grylls spent six hours inside the Bandipura Tiger Reserve in Karnataka while shooting for the show. Bear hosted his first Indian guest PM Modi at the Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand. A few reports are also suggesting that the third episode will feature Akshay Kumar and the episode will be shot at Bandipur forest in Karnataka.
Bear Grylls also tweeted about the second episode with Rajnikanth. He said, “After our episode with Prime Minister @NarendraModi of India helped create a bit of TV history, (3.6 billion impressions), superstar @Rajinikanth joins me next, as he makes his TV debut on our new show #IntoTheWildWithBearGrylls on @DiscoveryIN. #ThalaivaOnDiscovery.”
Bear made quite some considerable stir with the international version of this series by roping in some of the best-known names and faces from entertainment, politics, and sports on his show. Barack Obama, Roger Federer, Kate Winslet, you name them, and most probably you will find that celebrity in one or the other episode. If not right away, sometime later, but you will.
For now, we are super excited about the second episode of Into The Wild With Bear Grylls.