NDTV Good Times presents the third season of “Jai Hind with Rocky and Mayur”

MUMBAI: To celebrate the spirit of nationalism, NDTV Good Times, India’s youngest lifestyle channel, presents Jai Hind Season 3 with the invincible duo Rocky and Mayur. As part of the special programming series, Jai Hind pays tribute to the Indian Armed forces, marking the 64th Republic Day celebrations in the country.

The series is a compilation of never-seen-before facets of the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force. Rocky and Mayur will be seen visiting the Indian Armed Forces - High Altitude Warfare School, where Rocky successfully completes a 100 feet rappel with Mayur’s assistance; Air Warrior Drill Team where they live  the dangers of twirling rifles and bayonets and the National Defence Academy to experience the life of  the officers in training . The duo also visits the Indian Naval Services where they sail on the high seas and also spend time with Jawans at Gladiators, JAKLI and 17 Guards.

Watch Rocky & Mayur live the hardships faced by the Indian Armed forces, as well as the intensive training, grooming, measured diets, and even the rush of adrenaline involved in setting up an ambush.


Presented as an eight-part episodic series, the season premieres January 18th and ends on the 25th, 2014, followed by a special day long telecast of all the episodes on January 26th.

“Jai Hind with Rocky and Mayur” Starts this Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 8 PM exclusively on NDTV Good Times Catch all the episodes on 26th January, 12 PM to 4 PM


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