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Discovery Channel to air its first ever short-form series ‘Feelin’ Alive’ till December 22

Bajaj, Dominar, Amazon.in, Vivo and Domino’s Pizza have come on board as sponsors

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MUMBAI: Discovery Channel is all set to bring the extraordinary moments of exhilaration for those who look to adventure to feel alive, with its first ever short-form content series ‘Feelin’ Alive’ which premiered on November 04 to air every day till December 22, 2019. 

“Travel helps you to lose yourself; at the same time, it also helps you to find yourself. However, travel does not become adventure unless you leave yourself behind. Feelin’ Alive leverages this strong human emotion and meaningfully engages with the audiences,” said, Discovery  Head of Advertising Sales – South Asia Vikram Tanna.  “We are delighted that marquee clients like Bajaj, Dominar, Amazon.in, Vivo and Domino’s Pizza have joined us in this journey.”

Everyone who is a travel freak, an adventure seeker or someone in search of the unknown, will find their solace through ‘Feelin Alive’ as the inexperienced but super enthusiastic host Paresh Pahuja travels through the unexplored locales of India in search of incredible extreme sports destinations. In this 5-episode series, which will give viewers a spellbinding view of India’s geographical bounty, Paresh will meet the adventure pioneers who will train him as he seeks to re-discover himself through this revitalizing journey.

As thrilling as it sounds, ‘Feelin’ Alive’ will leave the audience only craving for more of that adrenaline rush as anchor takes up activities like fly boarding, mountain biking, kayaking, kite surfing and even learns to perform some phenomenal bike stunts with the ‘Ghost Ryderz’. While he learns new skills, he’s also able to successfully overcome his fears through this breathtaking series, leaving the viewers feeling refreshed.

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