2 Indians, 6 Continents, 1 Trip Connecting Every Indian to India
Come September 22 and the roads shall be put ablaze as the duo of Tushar Agarwal and Sanjay Madan drive through every possible terrain covering 70,000 kms across 50 countries in the world in a period of 6 months. Christened as ‘The Great Indian World Trip’, the testing yet enthralling journey shall encapsulate the lives of the Indians living abroad through a documentary.
Already having accomplished several feats together, such as the Tata Nano Himalayan Expedition, Trans Himalayan Challenge, Mana Pass Challenge and several others, Tushar Agarwal and Sanjay Madan have already established their dominance on every other terrain. The duo has been registered in the Limca Book of World Records for these numerous feats of theirs’. Coupled with these high on adventure feats, the film-making expertise of D Prasad would be put to use as the trio captures the life all the global ambassadors of India – the NRIs
The 6-legged journey cuts across the six continents. The first leg, beginning with the flag off and the team will cross Eastern part of India and reach Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and finally to Singapore, where the first leg will conclude. The second leg of the journey encompasses the whole of Australian subcontinent followed by the third leg where the action takes place in Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Namibia and South Africa.
Travelling in the 4th leg through Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Columbia, the trio would cover Latin America. The penultimate leg begins at Panama. The caravan from there moves through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, touching the United States of America and Canada. The final leg begins at Germany, moving to Slovenia via Austria, Serbia via Croatia, Bulgaria and Turkey then finally concluding in Iran.
With a Limca Book of World Records’ entry at stake, the trio shall leave no stone unturned to make this journey a memorable one.