Starting Wild India

A new year and a new wildlife production. This time, we are working on two of the three part series named Wild India for National Geographic. The theme is to showcase India’s diversity along with how wildlife copes with extreme conditions. One episode deals with the annual flood in Kaziranga, one on prey-predator dynamics at drying waterholes in central India and the last one is on extereme heat of Gujarat, highlighting lions and animals of the arid region of Kutch.

Just landed in Ahmeadabad and pigged out on amazing Gujarati food. Our first stop is Kutch and hope to give regular updates on the film.


  1. Anil.S · March 7, 2011 Reply

    Hi kalyan ,

    Nice to know about what you are up to !!

    Wish you all the very best for the series and all you future endevours !

    Will be waiting for your updates .

    Thanks & Regards,

  2. GT · March 7, 2011 Reply

    I just saw the desert cat kitten dude… is awesome….have fun and good luck on your new project…

  3. Vasanth Asokan · March 7, 2011 Reply

    Super! Interesting concepts being explored. Hope to see the finished production soon!

  4. Chirag Patel · March 8, 2011 Reply

    Hi, I am very happy to know that you are in Gujarat. Me and my friend are waiting for this day. Please give us your contact number and please let us know where you are in Gujarat. We want to meet you and want to know lots of about wildlife and life with wildlife photography. Please reply.


    Chirag Patel & Bhardwaj Jani

  5. Sandeep · March 15, 2011 Reply

    Good to read some updates on your journal. Reminds me of the days before twitter 🙂 Keep posting more frequently here!

  6. Ashish C. Sawant. · March 31, 2011 Reply

    Its nice to hear that National Geographic working on new project in India.
    I want to know that in Maharashtra where your going filming. I guess it Must
    the Tadoba!!!!

    Please reply,
    Ashish C. Sawant.

  7. Chaitra-Rajesh · April 7, 2011 Reply

    Hey Kalyan,
    Very happy to hear about your new film “Wild India” with NGC. Missed seeing “A million Snake bites” at ARRS last week.

    Good Luck with your new project.


  8. Pranay · April 9, 2011 Reply

    Hi kalyan great to hear that you are in gujarat, contact me for any kind of help required in gujarat.

    Best of luck for your project.


  9. Chandramohan BV · May 9, 2011 Reply

    Hi Kalyan,

    Happy to here about your assignment with NGC. Eagerly waiting for updates from you.

    Best wishes
    Chandramohan B V

  10. MOHAMMED USMAN · May 27, 2011 Reply

    sir, i just want to become wildlife photographer and want to work indeed, i am very new to this industry have no experience but very much determined to this work so plz help me out and want to built my career in this.

  11. Gopinath Kollur · July 5, 2011 Reply

    Hope to see some amazing pictures from Gir.

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