Thalaiva Rajinikanth visited Karnataka's Bandipur Tiger Reserve to shoot an episode of 'Man vs Wild' with host Bear Grylls, on Tuesday Morning. A rumor trend on social media that Megastar Rajinikanth was Injured during shoot an episode of Man vs Wild but this is not true Director of Tiger Reserve's says 'Rajinikanth was Not Injured During Man vs Wild Shooting with Bear Grylls'. According to the Director of Bandipur Tiger Reserve, the Tamil megastar was fine and did not suffer any injury. EXCLUSIVE Thalaivar Rajinikanth Fire on Discovery, Thalaivaaa on First Television Television Premieres 23 March at 8 PM, only on Discovery
Tamil Megastar Rajinikanth was not suffered any injuries during the shoot of episode of Man vs Wild on popular programme of Discovery Channel in Bandipur Tiger Reserve, it is an official said on Tuesday. 'It is all wrong. As per the screenplay, there was a video clip shot in which Rajinikanth had to fall, so while getting down from the rope, he just fell down and everybody rushed. It was all in the video,' Later, Rajnikanth completed the shoot and left for Chennai, said Balachandra.
Thalaiva On Discovery hashtag trending on twitter. He is a pan Indian legend. A role model & inspiration. Rajinikanth the chosen one, a proud moment for Tamils around the world as Thalaivar is the identity for Tamils. thalaiver Fans are eagerly Waiting for this one Bear Grylls episode of Man vs Wild. Director Balachandra said in interview 'We gave permission for 6-8 hours to Discovery Channel to shoot in Bandipur Tiger Reserve,' He said the one-day shoot began at 11 a.m. on Tuesday and ended by 4 p.m. Balachandra said Rajinikanth spent five hours in the forest and will not return as his shoot was only for one day.
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 pic.twitter.com/WKscCDjPZc— Bear Grylls (@BearGrylls) January 29, 2020
Bear Grylls tweet After our episode with Prime Minister Narendra Modi 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 Into the Wild With ear Grylls on DiscoveryIN. In August 2019, Bear Grylls had hosted Prime Minister Modi in his show, which was shot at the Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand in February last year. In 'Man vs Wild'.
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.
Bear Grylls share a Motion Poster and wrote' Preparing for Rajinikanth’s blockbuster TV debut with an Into The Wild with Bear Grylls motion poster! I have worked with many stars around the world but this one for me was special. Love India. ThalaivaOnDiscovery'
EXCLUSIVE Thalaivar Rajinikanth Fire on Discovery, Thalaivaaa on First Television Television Premieres 23 March at 8 PM, only on Discovery
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