The show Man Vs. Wild is binge-worthy for apparent reasons. Each episode is premised on Grylls being stranded in a remote region with his film crew and his effort to survive and return to civilization, usually requiring an overnight shelter. He mostly travels through wild terrain – jungles, forests, or similar non-urban areas where he is foraging for food, building a survival hut, or scaling treacherous mountains. But not everything you see on screen is true, so here are facts that you may be unaware of.
1.”Bear” unka asli naam nahi hain
Even though Bear’s name fits his fearless, strong personality, many fans of the show are unaware that Bear was not the name the television star’s mother gave him. Bear Grylls’ birth name is Edward Michael Grylls. That said, Bear is not a stage name provided for the show. But in fact, the name was gifted to him by his sister when he was a young boy.
2. Bear Grylls’ filming ke dauran hamesha jungle main ya bahar nahi sote
Not only does Bear get help from outsiders, but he also doesn’t sleep outside while filming the show. Instead, he has the opportunity to sleep in luxury hotels. When news of this broke, the show’s spokesman responded that Bear does all his stunts and does put himself in dangerous situations. Moreover, the show isn’t an observational documentary series but a “how-to” guide to basic survival techniques.
3. Crew shooting ke 1 hafte pehle se area study karti
Every episode takes about a week to 10 days to shoot, depending on what Bear is doing. However, prior to shooting an episode, the crew goes out and spends at least a week researching and scouting the location and setting everything up for Bear. Then Bear needs to spend at least two days doing intense survival training where experts will come in and train him for that specific area.
4. Bear Gryll’s ko uchaiyo se bohut dar hain
One would think someone who climbed the summit of Mt. Everest wouldn’t be afraid of heights. However, during a shoot, he confirmed how he gets scared of a lot of snow, especially at great heights.
5. During A 2007 Episode Involving A Volcano, The Smoke Coming Off Of It Was Actually From A Smoke Machine
In an episode from 2007 filmed on Mount Kilauea, a volcano in Hawaii, it looks like a billow of white smoke is shown coming out of the volcano at one point. But in reality, it was smoke from the smoke machine.
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