Bigg Boss winner Abijeet shares world's most dangerous road- Killer Killar- Adventure
22-04-2021 Thu 21:08
Bigg Boss Telugu four winner Abijeet loves enjoying adventure tour. He shares his experience whenever he goes out for such adventure. He has released a statement stating that he believes in doing what he loves. Abijeet said, 'Exploring the path less travelled is one of the things I truly enjoy doing.' 'We live on a vast beautiful planet, and I want to dedicate this space to sharing my various journey's to its very end's! Here's a look into our expedition in March 2020 to Keylong'. It is the most dangerous road in the world, the Killar - Kishtwar Cliffhanger !!
Watch the video for a glimpse into a journey of a lifetime!
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