Second season of Manish Paul's Science of Stupid to air on National Geographic

NEW DELHI: Actor and anchor Manish Paul, who had hosted the first season of Science of Stupid last year, is all set to launch the second season of this quirky and funny show on National Geographic channel. Interestingly Paul has shot some of the funny videos himself for the second season.

Science of Stupid basically showcases recordings of people getting into accidents and Paul explaining in his funny style as to why they occurred.

When the talented actor showed a couple of videos to the show’s creative team, they could not control their laughter and instantly agreed to showcase them on the show.

Paul, who travelled a lot recently, has videos of him bungee jumping, surfing and jet skiing among others. “These videos have turned out to be quite funny. When I went jet skiing in Istanbul, I gave my cam pro to a person and told him to shoot me. When I came back and saw the video, it only had the face of the guy shooting the video and everything else except me! In Dubai, when I went surfing I told my brother to shoot the video. Somehow I was not able to get into the right position. I was getting confused about how to hold the board and get into the water. Finally, I managed, but in the video - I look hilarious,” he says.

The actor shot a video of the person sitting next to him on flight snoring loudly. “It was disturbing to all of us, so I shot the video and I showed it to the guy, who burst out laughing. Usually we have people sending in their videos; this time I will be showing mine,” adds Manish.

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