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Ranveer Vs Wild With Bear Grylls trailer: Ranveer Singh goes on deadly adventure

In the interactive show, which will be released on Netflix on 8 July, viewers get an opportunity to guide the actor.

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Ranveer Singh will go on a deadly adventure with television personality Bear Grylls in Netflix's interactive reality special Ranveer Vs Wild With Bear Grylls. In the interactive show, viewers get an opportunity to decide Ranveer's every move.

The trailer starts with Ranveer telling Grylls that he wishes to gift his wife Deepika Padukone a flower that never dies as a symbol of his undying love for her.

Grylls tells Ranveer that he knows where he can find such a flower but the journey to get it will be an arduous one. Ranveer agrees and soon we see him getting chased by a bear, making his way through a pitch-black cave and climbing a mountaintop. More than a reality show, the trailer gives the vibe of an action-adventure film.

Speaking about this thrilling adventure, Ranveer said, “Embarking on this great, big challenge was a thrill for me and we feel that the audience will also experience the same adrenaline rush! It’s packed with action, humour, emotion and suspense — just about all the ingredients of a wholesome watch! And the best part is that the audience gets to engage in a truly interactive format, which in many ways is the USP of the show. I am excited to be working with Netflix to bring to you a project that we believe is both novel and thoroughly entertaining!”

Grylls is also excited to be working with Ranveer. "He is a supremely talented actor and a fireball of energy. The best part about him is his insatiable thirst for growth and adventure. Together with Netflix, Ranveer and I are thrilled to bring the ultimate adventure to audiences across the world," he said.

The show is produced by Banijay Asia in association with Grylls and Delbert Shoopman’s The Natural Studios. It will be released on Netflix on 8 July 2022.

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