The former England captain is pleased with the campaign to date, going by what he has announced on social media.
“The first day filming and it’s been exactly what we expected – spectacular. To experience the raw beauty of India in places I’ve never been is so special,” he tweeted on Wednesday.
The visit to Kaziranga is a component of Pietersen initiative, SORAI (Save our Rhinos in Africa and India).
“We need to do everything possible to save the rhino from extinction. We are focused and committed to rescuing the abandoned, injured or orphaned rhinos who are usually in that situation because of the rampant poaching situation,” Kevin Pietersen says throughout a promotion campaign of SORAI.
Pietersen who arrived in Guwahati on Tuesday with a team of video makers from Australia conjointly met state forests and surroundings minister Parimal Suklabaidya. He expressed his temperament to require half within the gap ceremony of the Kaziranga Utsav to be controlled at Kohora on 11 March.
Interacting with the ex-cricketer, Suklabaidya expressed his feeling for his noble thought and endeavour that he has initiated for the conservation of rhinos worldwide.
The minister conjointly thanked Pieterson for raising awareness regarding the one-horned perissodactyl and Mammals of Kaziranga park and urged some key spots like Manas park and therefore the Pobitora life Sanctuary to the Rhino environmentalist.