Bear Grylls on why the Modi episode of Man vs Wild promises to be the Most watched ever!

Last updated on Dec 31, 2019

Posted on Aug 10, 2019

The mark of a leader is how he handles himself in times of crisis.  When things don’t go well or create uncomfortable scenarios, what does he do? Especially if things go wrong when you’re in the wilderness. You can’t just give up because you won’t make it home. This is why it’s vital for those who go into the wilderness to know what they’re doing and to have read expert guides like the one on campingfunzone.com. This is survival ideology why Bear Grylls is so popular because people enjoy watching someone succeed in the worst of situations.

That is where Bear Grylls’ description of how PM Narendra Modi handled things when he went with Bear on the “Man vs Wild” shooting.

We all know that Narendra Modi has spent so many years in the Himalayas in the wild as a young man so he had some comfort in those environs.  That is something that came out so easily to Bear while shooting.

“PM Modi is a man who cares deeply about the environment. That is why he came on this journey with me. He has actually spent time in the jungle as a younger man and I was surprised how comfortable he was out there and how calm he was,” Bear Grylls said in an interview to news agency ANI.

He is seeing speaking about the calm that PM Modi carried around with him all the time.

We got hit by some really big stones and torrential rain whilst we were there. Our team was really on the edge, but the Prime Minister was just very calm and I saw that throughout our journey. Whatever we were doing, he was very calm. That was cool to see. You never really know what someone is like until there’s a crisis. It was good to be reminded that as a world leader, Prime Minister Modi is calm in a crisis

As per Bear’s team, this could end up being the most watched episode ever in his series.

That is the strength of Narendra Modi.  He goes and does things which are off the normal routine and does them his way.

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