Srinagar: India’s much cherished explorer and culinary aficionado, Rocky Singh, embarks on a new adventure in the latest season of the wildly popular digital series, #RoadTrippinWithRocky, to savour the rich history, the breath-taking views and the most loved delicacies on an excursion up north.
Audiences can join him on his captivating journey through the stunning vistas on his excursion from New Delhi to Srinagar, where he unveils must-visit eateries, local hotspots, and hidden treasures till 18th May on the social media accounts of History TV18 and Rocky and Mayur.
Starting from his hometown and the capital city, New Delhi, where he reveals his favourite spots and unmissable treats in the NCR over three days, Rocky will stop at Karnal in Haryana and Jalandhar in Punjab as he heads to Jammu to beat the summer heat. From Jammu he will travel to Banihal, enjoying the famous Rajma Chawal of Peera Mohr on the way, and tasting the traditional Wazwan in Pahalgam.
His sojourn comes to an end in Srinagar, one of the most beautiful spots in the paradise on earth, Kashmir. Rocky will spend two days in Srinagar soaking in the breath-taking vistas, the much-revered hospitality and the refreshingly cool summer days.
From the famous Ahdoos, overlooking the Jhelum, to the famous Khayam Chowk famous for its eateries, Rocky will cover and experience as much of this wonderful city before heading back to the plains.
The success of the #Roadtrippin series on social media has been nothing short of unprecedented. Gradually amassing a dedicated fan base that eagerly awaits each new season, the show’s digital-first approach aligns perfectly with modern audiences who enjoy snack-sized entertainment on various devices, often on the go.
The series’ unique combination of humour, distinctive eccentricity, eclectic experiences and thrilling spontaneity creates a recipe for sure-fire success. To date, the series has taken viewers on captivating journeys spanning over 17,000 kilometres across 21 states, accumulating over 1.3 billion impressions and nearly 400 million video views.