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Priyanka Chopra to be a part of Into The Wild with Bear Grylls?

Priyanka Chopra to be a part of Into The Wild with Bear Grylls?


After Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, Rajinikanth and Vicky Kaushal, Ranveer Singh was the latest Indian celebrity to feature in the Bear Grylls-starrer show Into The Wild.

And now, Bear Grylls has expressed his desire to work with Priyanka Chopra and Virat Kohli for his show. During a recent interaction, Bear said, “Virat would be amazing to adventure with – a true heart of a lion and kind spirit.”

When it comes to any female star from India he would love to work with, Bear said, “Priyanka Chopra would be incredible. I took her husband on a journey once and he was a great guy. People would love to hear her story.”

Bear also opened up about working with Ranveer and said, “Life is all about finding our true purpose and living with eyes and heart wide open with courage and gratitude – those qualities shone bright in Ranveer.”

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