If there’s one tweet that broke the internet today morning, it’s undoubtedly the recent tweet from Bear Grylls. He revealed the most unlikely guest, one would have imagined visiting his show “Man vs Wild” – Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Our very own survivor of the ‘wild’ – Mr. Bear Grylls is in India finally. Quite obviously, people are excited as hell. The show has managed to gain quite a loyal viewer base ever since it first aired and still manages to keep people hooked. The show is widely popular across the globe and Indian fans are surely in for a wild treat. What’s getting this episode all the more attention is the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be joining Bear Grylls on his latest adventure.
Check out the episode’s promo:
People across 180 countries will get to see the unknown side of PM @narendramodi as he ventures into Indian wilderness to create awareness about animal conservation & environmental change. Catch Man Vs Wild with PM Modi @DiscoveryIN on August 12 @ 9 pm. #PMModionDiscovery pic.twitter.com/MW2E6aMleE
— Bear Grylls (@BearGrylls) July 29, 2019
Twitterati went crazy seeing the promo video of the show. Here are some reactions:
Can't wait to watch dare devil @BearGrylls & an inspirational Prime Minister @narendramodi 's different side. On August 12th @ 9pm @DiscoveryIN #NarendraModi #pmModiondiscovery pic.twitter.com/0M2lZ8zsXH
— swet ranjan tiwary (@Iswetranjan) July 29, 2019
Modi ji – Feeling butterflies in my stomach
Bear Grylls – Me too!!
— tenul singh (@tenul_singh) July 29, 2019
It's amazing to see our beloved Prime minister Shri @narendramodi ji dedication not by words but by work also.
your Nature dilettante is famous worldwide and this time you nailed it, We are lucky to have PM like you. @PMOIndia @BJP4India#PMModionDiscovery #manvswild pic.twitter.com/epXZv1Rlgo
— Anurag Gautam (@ianuraggautam) July 29, 2019
— India Report Card (@InReportCard) July 29, 2019
— Atin (@atinspeaks) July 29, 2019
It is an attempt on the PM’s part to create awareness about animal welfare and conservation of nature. The announcement couldn’t have come on a better day than International Tigers Day itself.
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