Kaun Banega Crorepati 10 hosted by megastar Amitabh Bachchan is one of the most popular reality show on television. The show has been able to keep their audiences glued to the screen with interesting questions and Big B’s fun moment with the contestants. In 18 years the show made its debut on Indian television, Kaun Banega Crorepati, or KBC as many call it, has not lost its sheen and attracts a massive following.
On October 25 episode, a 33-year-old woman from Bulandshahr, Manika Varshney describes herself as a very hardworking person. She has gone through a lot of struggle for the position at her career she is at today. Currently, she works as a scientific officer in a regional forensic science laboratory in Gwalior. She likes reading short stories based on any big personalities and take inspiration from the struggles of their lives.
Next on the hot seat is a civil advocate Lovely Sharma from Ghaziabad. She wanted to come to KBC only to meet Amitabh Bachchan.
After Lovely Sharma quit the show, Neela Buddhadev takes the hot seat. She has been through a lot of hardships since childhood. She seeks perfection in each and every job and has been living in disciplined life since marriage.
Here we bring you top tough questions from tonight’s episode:
Question: What sort of crimes does the Enforcement Directorate in India fight?
Answer: Financial crimes
Question: Who is the first woman to become prime minister of any country in the world?
Answer: Sirimavo Bandaranaike
Question: According to section 185 of the motor vehicles act, up to what amount in milligram per 100ml of blood is the permissible level of alcohol while driving in India?
Question: According to the Mahabharata, during the ‘agyaat vaas, what identity did Yudhishthira assume?
Question: Rial and Rouble are types of what?
Interestingly, even after 18-years since it first went on air, KBC has not lost its sheen and continues to attract a massive fan following. Though the format of Kaun Banega Crorepati 10 remains the same, there are a few changes this time around. For example, the questions are evidently little difficult. For the first time on any Indian reality show, the latest technology is being used. In lifelines, the audio call has been replaced with video conferencing.
This year, KBC has introduced the feature on the Sony Liv app where audiences can play along with the contestants. On the other hand, Jio customers have a double benefit as they can get a chance to sit on the hot seat facing Bollywood’s megastar, Amitabh Bachchan.