Bollywood Actor Akshay Kumar visited Karanataka's Bandipur Tiger Reserve to shoot an episode of 'Man vs Wild' with the host Bear Grylls, on Thursday. After PM Modi & Superstar Rajinikanth Now Akshay Kumar is Shooting with Bear Grylls on popular show on Discovery Channel to shoot in Bandipur Tiger Reserve and the actual shooting with the actors, Rajinikanth & Akshay Kumar was only for day one Tuesday & Thursday. Akshay Kumar becomes the third Indian to visited into the wilderness with popular show host Bear.
It is said that Akshay Kumar will become adventure survivalist with Bear Grylls for an upcoming episode of Into The Wild With Bear Grylls, a series for which Rajinikanth has also recently wrapped up shooting. ANI shared a video of Akshay Kumar landing in Mysore to shoot for the special episode of The Wild With Bear Grylls. While PM Modi had visited the Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand and Rajinikanth the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in Karnataka during their respective stint with Bear, it is said that Akshay will shoot for his special episode of Into the Wild in Bandipur Tiger Reserve.
Karnataka: Actor Akshay Kumar arrived at Mysore, earlier today, to shoot for an episode of 'Man vs Wild' with British adventurer Bear Grylls. pic.twitter.com/P3tNrJAfqx— ANI (@ANI) January 29, 2020
Meanwhile, popular show host Bear is also back with the latest edition of his National Geographic's show Running Wild With Bear Grylls, where we will see celebrities such as Channing Tatum, Brie Larson, Joel McHale, Cara Delevingne, Rob Riggle, Armie Hammer and Dave Bautista channeling their inner steel to take on adventurous challenges in remote wilderness.
Bandipur Tiger Reserve, is an 874 sq km national park, which was formed by combine most of the forest areas of erstwhile Venugopala Wildlife Park established in 1941, and later enlarged to its current state in Chamarajanagar district, about 220 km southwest of Bengaluru. If we talk about the forest, who have The tiger reserve lists 28 species of creature to be existing in the forest, includs Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian elephant, common leopard, bonnet macaque, Indian pipestrelle and barking deer, etc.