Sir David Attenborough-Narrated ‘Wild Karnataka’ to Become First-Ever Indian Wildlife Film to Hit Theatres
The first week of 2020 has brought some good news for the wildlife enthusiasts. Wild Karnataka, narrated by world-renowned natural historian and English broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, is going to be the first-ever Indian wildlife film to be released on a commercial platform.
Promising to provide a visual spectacle of the enchanting and incredible wildlife of Karnataka, the film is all set for theatrical release across eight cities in India on January 17, 2020.
Apart from being the largest state in southern India, Karnataka also has the highest concentration of tigers and elephants on Earth. Also, the state is home to a total of five national parks, 33 wildlife sanctuaries and five tiger reserves.
Photo Credit: Film Still from Wild Karnataka Official Teaser