National Geographic India to feature Dr. Pawan Munjal on its show 'Mega Icons'

National Geographic India to feature Dr. Pawan Munjal on its show 'Mega Icons'

The 22-minute documentary will cover Dr. Munjal’s journey.


Mumbai: The extraordinary journey of Hero MotoCorp CEO Dr. Pawan Munjal will be featured in National Geographic India's award-winning series Mega Icons.

The documentary "Mega Icons: Dr. Pawan Munjal," which has its world premiere on 6 October at 8.30 p.m. on National Geographic Channel, delves into the history of Dr. Munjal's Hero MotoCorp, one of the companies that helped revolutionise the mobility industry. It also explains the brand's many achievements over the years and how it still leads the industry.

The 22-minute documentary follows Dr. Munjal as he grows from a small hamlet in Punjab to one of India's most renowned businesspeople and offers an inside look at the success of the largest motorcycle and scooter manufacturer in the world.

A National Geographic spokesperson said, "With Mega Icons, it has been our endeavour to bring forth inspiring and insightful stories of successful personalities, motivating and guiding our audiences to follow their path of success. With this special edition, we extracted the exciting and impactful moments from the life journey of Dr. Munjal and combined them with our rich storytelling of National Geographic with the aim of empowering and enlightening our viewers while also celebrating the journey of Hero MotoCorp."

The company's ambitions to introduce a number of electric and future-ready vehicles will also be made clear, including how it intends to reduce its dependency on fossil fuels and explore alternatives like hydrogen, solar power, and wind power.

From dominating the bicycle industry to becoming the biggest maker of motorbikes and scooters in the world, Hero has carved out its own niche in the cutthroat automotive industry. This process of embracing emerging technologies and achieving new milestones is highlighted in the movie. The movie depicts Hero MotoCorp's strategy for creating an electric, collaborative, and modular future.