Rowing a raft, crossing a jungle river, making a weapon: PM Modi to appear on TV show Man vs Wild

Screengrab courtesy: Twitter/@BearGrylls
Screengrab courtesy: Twitter/@BearGrylls

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be seen a completely different avatar as he is set to make an appearance on adventurer Bear Grylls’ hugely popular show "Man vs Wild". The episode will be aired on the Discovery Channel on August 12.

"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," Edward Michael Grylls, better known as Bear Grylls, tweeted.

The special episode, shot in Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, will throw light on wildlife conservation according to a statement from Discovery.

Screengrab courtesy: Twitter/@BearGrylls
Screengrab courtesy: Twitter/@BearGrylls

The 45-second video released of the episode shows snippets of PM Modi walking in the jungle with the British adventurer and holding a flask as he is being prepped for rafting.

Screengrab courtesy: Twitter/@BearGrylls
Screengrab courtesy: Twitter/@BearGrylls

"You are the most important man in India. My job is to keep you alive," Bear Grylls tells Modi as they are seen making what appears to be a wooden spear.

Bear Grylls has featured many famous people on his show in the past, including former US President Barack Obama, tennis legend Roger Federer and American singer Nick Jonas.

 

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