Man Vs Wild: Show Featuring PM Modi & Bear Grylls Becomes World’s Most Trending Televised Event

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Discovery channel's show 'Man Vs Wild' featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Bear Grylls, which aired on television of August 12, has officially become world’s most trending televised event

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

In an exciting development, Discovery channel's show 'Man Vs Wild' featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Bear Grylls, which aired on television of August 12, has officially become world’s most trending televised event. The announcement was made by Bear Grylls on Twitter wherein he informed that with 3.6 billion impressions, Man Vs Wild featuring PM Modi has beaten Super Bowl 53 which had 3.4 billion social impressions. 

Man Vs Wild became the world's most trending televised event, ranking both in India and worldwide on number 1 with a total of 3.6 billion Twitter impressions (Source: Twitter trends for August 12). In his tweet, Bear Grylls went on to thank the audience on achieving the feat. 

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Notably, the Man Vs Wild episode became one of the most talked-about topics on social media. During the show, PM Modi engaged in a series of light-hearted discussions, divulging details from personal and professional life. As the Prime Minister and Bear Grylls took a walk amid the cold and rain in the Jim Corbett National Park of Uttarakhand, there were several memorable moments from the show. One of the best moments was when PM Modi and Bear Grylls made a makeshift spear in the possibility of a tiger coming in front of them. 

"You should never be afraid of nature because when we think that we are in conflict with nature is when the problem starts," PM Modi said during the show. 

He also spoke about taking his first vacation in 18 years during the show to the host, Bear Grylls. 

"My focus has always been development. This trip with you is my first vacation in 18 years," he said.

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