Ranveer Singh is one of the most sought-after actors in B-Town. He has managed to make such an impact he has now got fans all over the world. His performances have managed to gain traction internationally which has helped catapult him into further stardom. Other than acting, the Bollywood icon is also an occasional adrenaline junkie. He has jumped off a plane, gone paragliding and bobsleighing in Switzerland, scaled the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and much more. Now for his next, he will be venturing off into the wild with British survivalist expert Bear Grylls.

Ranveer Singh and Bear Grylls are set to embark on an adventure together which will be made available to watch in Netflix's Into The Wild. Touted as one of the leading actors of Bollywood, the actor looks more than ready to put his survival skills to the test by bowing down to mother nature. Known for his energetic persona and high spirits both on and off stage, it will be interesting to see him tackle the various challenges that come his way in the wild. Prior to Ranveer, Grylls has collaborated with Superstar Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Vicky Kaushal, Ajay Devgn, and with Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself for his show Into The Wild.

The episode will stream on Netflix soon. Excited by this, Ranveer Singh took to his official Instagram handle to announce this wonderful collaboration. Sharing the teaser of his adventure, he also attached a caption with it that read, "Jungle mein Mangal! 🤯🤯 Ranveer VS Wild, an interactive special packed with thrilling adventures is COMING SOON on @netflix_in 😎 #RanveerVsWild "


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Meanwhile, on the work front, Ranveer Singh was last seen in the social comedy Jayeshbhai Jordaar. He is currently gearing up for Rohit Shetty directory Cirkus also starring Pooja Hegde in which he will be playing a dual role. The actor will also be sharing the screen again with Gully Boy co-star Alia Bhatt in Karan Johar's Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani which is scheduled to release in February next year.