Vicky Kaushal would be seen on such an expedition alongside Bear Grylls following Ajay Devgn. Inside the Maldives, the two filmed a special episode. Ajay Devgn also shot inside the Maldives for an episode alongside Bear Grylls.
The first image for Into The Wild, starring Vicky Kaushal, has been released, including the episode’s airdate. The show will air on Discovery Plus on November 12th. Vicky would be shown traversing Mangroves as well as confronting his worst anxieties in just this episode.
Bear Grylls hosts the program, which involves him bringing famous people on a 48-hour trek in which they are confronted with challenging scenarios. For the right to survive, individuals must push themselves. PM Modi, Akshay Kumar, as well as Rajinikanth, have gone on to an adventure alongside Bear Grylls inside the season prior. Although PM Modi filmed his segment at Uttarakhand’s Jim Corbett National Park in 2019, Akshay Kumar as well as Rajinikanth filmed in Karnataka’s Bandipur Tiger Reserve the year before.
Vicky Kaushal, who starred in “Sardar Udham,” will feature inside an episode of Discovery’s adventure show “Into The Wild With Bear Grylls,” which will broadcast next Friday.
The episode will be available on Discovery+, which debuted the first peek there at the show on Monday.
Through his Instagram page, Kaushal additionally gave the first peek at the forthcoming episode.
An adventure of a lifetime with none other than survival expert @beargrylls, let’s see what he has planned for me. ‘Into The Wild’, premieres on November 12, on @discoveryplusin #discoveryplus #IntoTheWild #Survival,” he posted.
Earlier to Kaushal, the show included superstars Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, as well as Ajay Devgn, as well as ace explorer Bear Grylls.
PM Narendra Modi appeared in an episode of “Man vs Wild with Bear Grylls and PM Modi” in 2019.
“Into the Wild with Bear Grylls” is a unique concept based on “Man vs Wild,” among the most popular outdoor survival television shows in the world.
Upon that movie front, Kaushal then will be seen in Meghna Gulzar’s biopic “Sam Bahadur,” on Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw.