As his debut television show Into the Wild with British adventurer Bear Grylls made it to the small screens, southern superstar Rajinikanth on Monday thanked his friend and host Grylls for the experience. The much-awaited episode was telecasted on Discovery Channel on Monday at 8 pm. The Thalaiva took to Twitter to urge his fans to watch the show and also thanked his ‘friend’ Bear Grylls. Also Read - Rajinikanth Thanks His Bus Driver, And Friend Kamal Haasan in Heartfelt Note on Receiving Dadasaheb Phalke Award

Rajinikanth tweeted, “One of the most adventurous experiences of my life!! I hope you all enjoy watching this show as much as I did being on it!!!#IntoTheWildWithBearGrylls @BearGrylls thank you so much my friend @DiscoveryIN.” Also Read - Rajinikanth Wins Dadasaheb Phalke Award: List of The Prominent Awards in Thalaiva's Name

Rajinikanth made his television debut in Discovery series Into The Wild after four decades of cinema and Twitter can’t keep calm as #ThalaivaonDiscovery and #Rajinikanth were among the top trends on Twitter.

One of the users wrote, “Age is just a number”. Another user wrote: “As Bear Grylls said a lot of times on the show, Rajinikanth is an inspiration and a legit example for the saying, ‘Age is just a number’… Two incredible persons, one amazing show,” while one more netizen added: “Definitely an inspiration at all aspects! Thalaiva, you rock!”

In January, Rajinikanth suffered minor injuries while shooting for the special episode of ‘Man vs Wild’ Bandipur forest in Karnataka. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rajinikanth becomes the second Indian personality to be featured on Grylls’ survival show.

In the teasers shared before, Rajinikanth was seen riding an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) in the jungle, donning a black cap, white stubble and dark sunglasses in a roofless Willys off-road vehicle.

In January, Rajinikanth visited Karnataka’s Bandipur Tiger Reserve to shoot for the Discovery channel’s new program. The Discovery channel took permission from the Karnataka forest department to shoot in the Bandipur tiger reserve.

The episode with Prime Minister Modi was aired last year in August and became quite an attraction among viewers.