Imagine being stranded on an icy mountain without food or water. Imagine your body pinned under tons of steel and concrete. Imagine if your weekend adventure turns into a terrifying struggle between life and death. Would you have the strength and will to survive against all odds? National Geographic Channel and Godfrey Phillips Bravery salute the real heroes, through 'Trapped' – the most remarkable survival and rescue stories of people who chose life over death. Premiering March 3rd, the six-part series will air every Monday @ 10pm only on National Geographic Channel.
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From an incredible tale of survival in the Andes to a daring cave rescue in France, the series gives a new perspective to these survival stories. Trapped celebrates the courage and ability of each survivor and rescuer to overcome the life-threatening obstacles they were faced with. Inspiring and heroic, these stories are a tribute to human endurance, will and determination.
Apart from the six international films, the channel is also showcasing Indian stories of survival and bravery through on-air interstitials (short films) that also invite viewers to share their bravery stories.
Commenting on the partnership with National Geographic Channel, Harmanjit Singh, General Manager - Godfrey Phillips India Ltd said, "We are pleased to partner with National Geographic Channel on their latest initiative, Trapped which showcases the same strength of character, determination and bravery that Godfrey Phillips Bravery propagates".
Speaking at the launch of the initiative, Godfrey Phillips Bravery Ambassador, Preity Zinta
, said "I have played many roles on screen, but the role of bravery ambassador is the most satisfying and humbling. It is a pleasure to see Godfrey Phillips Bravery join hands with National Geographic Channel to salute the acts of bravery by the common man, which are overlooked by most of us. I am extremely proud to be associated with an initiative like Trapped and would like to invite viewers to watch the series on Nat Geo".