Radhika Madan hosts National Geographic’s Postcards from Arunachal
National Geographic is coming up with its new two-part documentary series, Postcards from Arunachal. The show will be hosted by Bollywood actress Radhika Madan and will premier on Arunachal Statehood Day which is on 20 February at 8:00 PM on Fox Life India as well.
The series, Postcards from Arunachal, takes the viewers to the diverse tribes, rich culture, and lush green hills of Arunachal Pradesh. The journey explores various destinations of the state and shows the tranquil lakes and spectacular mountains. Radhika’s narration and storytelling in National Geographic’s style make the series even more interesting. There is calmness in the monasteries, diversity in handicraft tradition, adventure in extreme sports on Ziro Valley, the exoticism of the flora and fauna, etc. Through all these highlights viewers will get to taste the beauty of the state.
“At National Geographic, we harness the power of storytelling, technology, and stunning visuals to push the boundaries of exploration and provide a deeper understanding of a place. With this documentary series, we have showcased the beauty, serenity, and vibrancy that Arunachal Pradesh has to offer to give our viewers an opportunity to understand and appreciate the wonders of the state. We are happy to have Radhika Madan as the host; making the experience more enriching and entertaining for our viewers,” said a National Geographic spokesperson.
“Arunachal Pradesh as a state is truly a veritable treasure house of nature and culture and has a lot to offer to tourists from all over the world. From serene monasteries to beautiful mountains; deep-rooted traditions and tribes who live harmoniously together; we are happy to have partnered with National Geographic who along with Radhika Madan have put together a series that is truly representative of the beauty of the state and we are happy to premiere it on a special day” said Mr. Pema Khandu, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Arunachal Pradesh
Talking about her experiences and association with National Geographic India, Radhika Madan said, “The journey means so much more to me than just travel. This is my first ever solo trip and that made this shoot even more special. The gorgeous hills, the beautiful harmonic culture, the thriving and diverse wildlife truly made me fall in love with this place. I have always loved traveling but this time, I explored it through the lens of National Geographic India and they brought in their unique perspective, making this trip even more memorable. This film will always be close to my heart and I am thrilled that I get to share this experience with all my fans”