Man Vs Wild: Superstar Rajinikanth in trouble after filming an episode in Bandipur National Park
Rajinikanth is again in trouble after the filming of an episode for Man vs Wild in Karnataka's Bandipur National Park.
Rajinikanth is again in trouble after the filming of an episode for Man vs Wild in Karnataka's Bandipur National Park. Several leftists argued the same thing and demanded his arrest as well.
Recently, Superstar Rajinikanth grabbed headlines when it was reported that the Darbar actor will be shooting along with TV presenter Bear Grylls for the popular show Man vs Wild. The filming for this episode took place at National Park Bandipur situated in Karnataka state. This did not go well, though, with a few leftists now voicing their frustration over the same. Not only that, but they have also demanded Rajinikanth's arrest at the earliest.
The park also happens to be, for the unversed, a tiger sanctuary that originally triggered some demonstrations. In addition, the activists are also afraid that crew presence in the area may endanger the animals living there and also ignite forest fires that would be unstoppable due to the dry weather. According to one of the activists, the episode could have been shot during the monsoons implying the dry weather that is currently prevailing there.
Well, Rajinikanth is still to comment on the entire issue. A little while back, another shocking news emerged on the internet that the Petta actor has been injured during the shooting of the show. However, Rajinikanth cleared the air upon his return that he had sustained a minor injury that did not hamper the shooting. According to media reports, a small thorn had dug his foot which was treated immediately. It is to be noted here that prior to Rajinikanth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also a part of the show.
After our episode with Prime Minister @NarendraModi of India helped create a bit of TV history, (3.6 billion impressions), superstar @Rajinikanth joins me next, as he makes his TV debut on our new show #IntoTheWildWithBearGrylls on @DiscoveryIN. #ThalaivaOnDiscovery pic.twitter.com/WKscCDjPZc— Bear Grylls (@BearGrylls) January 29, 2020