British television adventurer Edward Michael Grylls aka Bear Grylls spoke about the possibility of Indian cricketer Virat Kohli being a guest on his famous show 'Into The Wild'. Bear Grylls has received a lot of notoriety for his entertaining individual show - ‘Man vs Wild’ which has since grown into multiple hit shows.

As part of one of his shows -  Into The Wild , Bear Grylls has gone on adventures with many popular Indian celebrities like Ajay Devgn, Vicky Kaushal, Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Hence this list could see the possible addition of Virat Kohli and Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra. 

While speaking to Hindustan Times, Bear Grylls spoke about how he has kept his fingers crossed on the possibility of bringing his desired stars on his show. He said, “I am keeping my fingers crossed. A lot is happening. We are working on the plan right now. We have not confirmed anything yet, but things are moving in the right direction.”

Further, the 48-year-old expressed, “Priyanka is the number one (celebrity) for our next show along with Virat Kohli. Both of them are such inspirational figures, who are loved around the world. So, getting to hear their stories and getting to know their journey and their life would be such a privilege for me and everyone.”

Bear Grylls also talked about how love for India in the interview as he reflected on how he has been visiting the country since he was 18 and has enjoyed he has been here. He also spoke about how he has a connection with India over his journeys in and around the country.

He said, "I first travelled to India when I was 18 when I got my first view of Mount Everest. That opened the door to so much more in my life. And I’ll always be grateful to India for that. So, I love to return and do more shows there. Wherever I go in the country, I feel warmth and love. It is hard to explain but I feel an incredible connection with India, whether I am with PM Modi, or with Ranveer or just meeting people of the country. It’s so beautiful."