Know more on Into the Wild featuring actor Ajay Devgn
Bollywood star Ajay Devgn opens up on his outing to the Indian Ocean with Bear Grylls for the ability to survive based on unscripted TV drama ‘Into The Wild’. He says it was an undertaking pressed excursion and totally an alternate encounter from what he has done in his movie carrier. The outing additionally functioned as a small break for him.
Ajay says: “My September break to the Indian Ocean worked for me in many ways. It was my first trip ‘Into The Wild’ with Bear Grylls. I’ve done dangerous things in films from the start of my film career 30 years ago. But what I did during the ITW trip with Bear was altogether different. It was scary, thrilling, adventurous, exhilarating and so much more. It also worked as a short personal break.”
The world-popular swashbuckler Bear Grylls and Ajay Devgn headed out to the ocean loaded with sharks and confronting cruel climate conditions, at last moving towards uninhabited islands.
Post by Ajay Devgn
They say you will never know until you go and so I did! Exploring the uninhabited Islands of the Indian Ocean with @BearGrylls yeh koi khel nahi hai bro! Here are glimpses of our unforgettable journey of #IntoTheWild premiering 22nd Oct @discoveryplusIN & 25th Oct @DiscoveryIN pic.twitter.com/KF5saNhOVZ
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) October 12, 2021
He shares his most troublesome minutes from the excursion: “Well, there was so much nervous energy within me when I was doing my stunts with Bear, I can’t recollect each moment separately. Overall, I can tell you when I was in the middle of the deep ocean and Bear was trying to come in a helicopter to rescue me and take me to an island nearby, the waters were perilous. The wind of the chopper machine and the pressure of the water in which I was immersed neck-deep was very dangerous. Of course, I had full faith in Bear but I must confess, I could barely keep my head above the water.”
Ajay adds that he adores woodlands however more testing was the sea: “I love the forests, so that bit was much easier. Bear knows his way around the wild, he is a natural. I just followed him, but it was the ocean that presented challenges.”
During the show we regularly see Grylls eating exceptional stuff on his undertakings. Furthermore, Ajay was presented by him, and the Bollywood cop answers back: “Raw fish! I must confess, it wasn’t what I wished for. However, when you are in the wild, you have to survive. So, you eat what you are given.”
At the point when inquired as to why he acknowledged this proposition, he says being an incredible enthusiast of Bear, Ajay in a split second said ‘OK’:I took it up because I am a huge fan of Bear Grylls. He is a master adventurer; he is a great human being and a daredevil. I wanted to spend time in nature and who better than Bear as a companion.”
On the Work front
While opening up with regards to his forthcoming ventures, he uncovers: “I’m currently shooting for my home production ‘May Day’ that has Amitabh Bachchan and Rakul Preet Singh in the lead with me. I’m also directing this film. Besides this, I have ‘Maidaan’, a biopic of one of India’s football legends. I’m also making my foray into OTT with ‘Rudra – The Edge of Darkness, in which I play the lead. Three other projects are being finalized. And, I have three very special appearances in S.S. Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’, and Rohit Shetty’s ‘Sooryavanshi’.”.
‘Into The Wild’ with Bear Grylls and Ajay Devgn will stream on October 22 on discovery+. The transmission debut of the show is booked on October 25 on 14 straight stations including Discovery Channel.