Bear Grylls shares his excitement to collaborate with Priyanka Chopra and Virat Kohli for their upcoming thrilling wilderness expedition, as per the reports, recently he talks with Priyanka, and Virat about running his wild adventure trip.
After his thrilling encounters with notable figures like PM Narendra Modi, actors Akshay Kumar, Rajinikanth, and Ranveer Singh, renowned British adventurer Bear Grylls had expressed his wish to embark on running a wild adventure trip with Indian global personalities such as actor Priyanka Chopra Jonas and cricketer Virat Kohli during an interview with us last year. Excitingly, Bear Grylls now reveals that he has already started discussions with these celebrities for his show.
Bear Grylls expresses his enthusiasm by saying, “I am hopeful and excited about what’s to come. We are currently working on the plan right now. While nothing is confirmed yet, progress is being made in a positive direction.”
The 48-year-old further reveals, “For our upcoming show, Priyanka is our top choice, alongside Virat Kohli. These two remarkable individuals have captured the hearts of people worldwide. Listening to their stories and discovering their journeys and lives would be an immense honor for me and all those involved.
When asked about his upcoming project, he playfully hints that he will be returning to India to film something unique in the coming months. However, he keeps the suspense alive by not revealing whether it is related to his collaboration with Priyanka and Virat or not.
Bear Grylls expressed his thought about India
Throughout the years, Grylls, who gained fame through his show “Man Vs Wild,” has made numerous trips to India, exploring places like Kolkata and Darjeeling. In his recent appearance in “War Zone: Bear Grylls Meets President Zelenskyy,” he openly admits that India holds a special place in his heart. Read Also: From Natalie Portman To Scarlett Johansson, Exploring Ai Photos Of Hollywood Actress On “spiritual Journey” In India
When I was 18 years old, I took my first trip to India and that’s when I saw Mount Everest for the first time. India provided me with numerous opportunities that I am forever thankful for. That’s why I enjoy coming back and doing more shows there,” he expresses with enthusiasm. There is no matter where I am go in the country, I feel a sense of warmth and love. It’s hard to put into words, but I have an incredible connection with India, whether it’s meeting PM, Modi, hanging out with Ranveer, or simply interacting with the people of this beautiful country.”