On March 23, 2020, Rajinikanth's episode with Bear Grylls was shared online which took the Internet by storm. After PM Narendra Modi, Rajinikanth has collaborated with Bear Grylls to experience survival in the jungle. Here's a look at Rajinikanth's best moments from Into The Wild With Bear Grylls.
British adventurer Bear Grylls takes Rajinikanth on to ride to exploring the uninhabited and also lets him face dangers with him in the show. Even though it is a new experience for Rajinikanth, Grylls calls him 'relentlessly positive.' The Darbar star looks at this enthusiastic best while he explores the wildlife. Rajinikanth is seen following him through every step in the journey.
Superstar @Rajinikanth’s relentless positivity and never giving up spirit was so visible in the wild as he embraced every challenge thrown at him. Respect! Watch Into The Wild with @BearGrylls on March 23 at 8:00 pm. @DiscoveryIN #ThalaivaOnDiscovery pic.twitter.com/s9PodYGv05— Bear Grylls (@BearGrylls) March 9, 2020
In the episode, Rajinikanth throws light on dried river beds, and how the rivers of India are going rack and ruin with every passing year. The best part is when he highlights it as a major crisis across the country and says, “He who rules the water, rules the world." He shares that the river bodies in India should remain pure forever. And not to miss how he wears his sunglasses in his signature style in the episode.
Can’t wait to see #ThalaivaOnDiscovery? Hold on to your seats, the superstar special is finally here!— Discovery Channel IN (@DiscoveryIN) March 23, 2020
Watch Into The Wild with @BearGrylls and Superstar @Rajinikanth, tonight at 8 PM. Exclusively on Discovery.
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In the- Into The Wild With Bear Grylls episode, the three actors make a guest appearance and pour wishes for Rajinikanth. The Sooryavanshi actor Akshay Kumar shares an overwhelming message and also calls the later an 'inspiration'. On the other hand, the other two actors also have a heart-warming message for the Petta star.
At the end of the episode, the Thalaivar of South industry shares that India should not only be culturally rich but has to economically rich too. Highlighting four major religions prevailing in the country- Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Buddhism, he says he is proud to be an Indian. He also asks Bear Grylls about PM Modi, to which the latter says he loves Narendra Modi's sense of humour.