National Geographic teams up with Indian Army

| Updated on: Mar 13, 2011

National Geographic Channel is all set to give its viewers unprecedented access into the most prestigious and revered institution of the country – The Indian Army. The long-awaited mega programme “Nat Geo Mission Army – Desh ke Rakshak” will track the lives of five ordinary Indian citizens who have surpassed grilling tests of physical endurance and mental toughness to win the honour of stepping into the shoes of an Indian Army soldier.

But only one amongst them will emerge as a true hero and will win a never before opportunity and honour of being a part of an Indian Army Training mission abroad.

According to Mr Keertan Adyanthaya, Managing Director, Fox International Channel and National Geographic Network India, NatGeo Channel has worked closely with the Indian Army for the biggest mission ever – Mission Army “Desh ke Rakshak” and will take the viewers into the Indian Army.

“I firmly believe that in the age of scripted reality shows, a docu-reality programme like Mission Army will attract millions of people from different age groups across the country....... will showcase the grit, the valour and the glory of the Indian Army and encourage brave young men and women to join the Army.” he said, in press release.

Published on March 13, 2011

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