Australian Todd Sampson would be seen performing extreme Bollywood stunts including fight, fall and fire.
Australian Todd Sampson would tackle some of the biggest challenges of life using science as his guide.
Channel Ten’s new series “Body Hack” blends adventure with science as Sampson uncovers how people survive in extreme conditions.
In the six-part documentary series, Sampson is seen training with the French Foreign Legion, climbing with Himalayan Sherpas at extreme altitude, taking on a professional MMA fighter in a cage fight, and free diving in Borneo.
Here, Sampson would also be seen performing Bollywood stunts including fight, fall and fire.
Bollywood stuntman is considered one of the most dangerous jobs in the world.
Sampson spent some time in Mumbai with Indian-Australian producer Anupam Sharma and his team training with the best Bollywood stunt masters.
In addition, Anupam also made a three minutes 1970s style Bollywood film starring Sampson.
“Viewers would be able to see all that Todd Sampson learnt in Mumbai in just three minutes,” says Anupam.
To know more about the Bollywood stuntman challenge, listen to Amit Sarwal’s conversation with Anupam Sharma.
(Source: Ten Insider)