Virat Kohli Declines Bear Grylls' Invite For Discovery's 'Man Vs Wild' Episode: Report

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Virat Kohli was rumoured to be on Bear Grylls' survival show but it is now being confirmed that he will not be appearing on the show. Read more for details.

Written By Mrigank Pandey | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Last week, reports started emerging of Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli being an upcoming guest on Bear Grylls' 'Man vs Wild' survival show. While reports seemed fairly confident of Kohli being a part of the show, it is now being revealed that the star cricketer is not scheduled to be on the show. Here are the details.

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Virat Kohli not to feature in Discovery Man vs Wild show

In the week gone by, multiple reports had surfaced of Indian skipper Virat Kohli being a part of an upcoming 'Man vs. Wild' episode. Fans of both, Bear Grylls and Virat Kohli, were excited to see the two together but it seems like they will have to wait for the duo to be seen together. According to a report, Kohli's management agency Cornerstone Sport and Entertainment has quashed all rumours of Kohli's participation in the show.

Grylls' episode with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi enjoyed a lot of attention last year and the survival-expert was now back in the country to shoot episodes with film actors Akshay Kumar and Rajanikanth.

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