PM Modi On ‘Man Vs Wild’: Randeep Hooda Lauds ‘great Message’ For The Masses, Thanks The Makers

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As Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared on ‘Man vs Wild’, hosted by Bear Grylls, Randeep Hooda lauded ‘great message’ for the masses. He also thanked the makers for environmental conservation.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

Randeep Hooda’s love for horses considering the fact that he is a professional horse-rider is well-known, but his efforts for the safety of other animals has made headlines over the years. That’s the reason the actor was among the happiest after watching Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Man vs Wild’ episode that was aired on Monday. The 42-year-old applauded the ‘great message’ that was conveyed with PM’s adventure with Bear Grylls at the Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand. The ‘Sarbjit’ star termed environmental conservation as the ‘most important’ for the future of the Earth while conveying his gratitude to the adventurer and the broadcasting channel Discovery. 

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Randeep watched the episode when it aired and sharing pictures from some of the moments on his television, he wrote, “A great message to the masses of the country in Hindi translated in English for the world @narendramodi #EnvironmentalConservation is most important for the future of our planet that we all share.. for our future.. for us .. thank you @BearGrylls@DiscoveryINlove nature.” 

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The episode had made headlines over the past few weeks since the first look was out. On Monday, before the episode was screened, many other Bollywood stars like Akshay Kumar, Anil Kapoor, Vivek Oberoi and Ajay Devgn had expressed their excitement and shared the news with their fans. 

In the episode, PM and Bear Grylls bonded big time, making an improvised spear, eating meals together in the forest, while the best moments was when PM shared insights about his time in the Himalayas during his teenage, India’s progress in the cleanliness mission and much more. 

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PM termed the adventure as his ‘first vacation’ in 18 years, how his ‘in-built’ outlook is very positive, journey from Gujarat CM to PM and childhood memories, which included bringing home a baby crocodile.

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