Kumar Ranjan from Kharagpur is the roll-over contestant in today’s episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati. He has worked as a tutor, sales boy in a newspaper company and also joined a call centre before securing a proper job of a Group D Helper in Indian Railways. Neha Batham is tonights’ expert who may help Kumar Ranjan.
He works as a Crane Operator in Indian Railways. He is married and has a son who is six months old. His job involves picking up coaches from one railway track and placing it on different tracks for its maintenance. Every day, he has to shift at least 20 to 25 coaches. With the prize money, he wants to buy mangalsutra for his wife. He never fights or argues with his wife. Whenever he misses his wife, he likes to sing ” Chaha hai tujhko”.
Check out the toughest questions from tonight’s episode:
Which is not the seven sister states of North-East India?
Which creature does poet Sohan Lal Dwivedi praise for its unflagging persistence in his poem ‘Koshish Karni Walon ki haar nahi hoti’?
Who was the inventor of the centigrade scale of measuring temperature?
Who was the first person to take a hat-trick in the men’s cricket world cup?
Rajan eloped with his wife to marry her because o which their parents filed a police complaint. However, when the police officer called Rajan to the Police Station, heard their love story and got them married at the court.
Which Lok Sabha members is not the daughter of a former cabinet minister?
Who finally wore the purple cap at the end of IPL 2019?
Who tricked Karna in the Mahabharata into giving away his invincible armour?
Rajan aspires to become a divisional superintendent of Police for which he wants to appear for the BPSC (Bihar Public Service Commission) exams but does not have enough money to join the private coaching classes for the same.
In the 1830s, who became the first person to develop vulcanized rubber?
Which ruler wrote ‘Risala Dar Khat-i-Tarz-i-Muhammadi’, a treatise on calligraphy?
– Tipu Sultan
Rajan has won 25,000,00 and with his, he would like to buy a mangalsutra and gold jhumkas for his wife.
The next contestant on the hot seat is Dr. Sushil Kumar Makhija from Nagpur. The 62-year-old is an assistant professor teaching Microbiology in a Government Medical College from Maharashtra. He has been working for the past 28 years. When he was in fifth class, he wanted to be a writer as he liked reading books. However, in class 9, he chose science as part of his subjects and gradually gained interest in Medicine. He believes that law and marriage take its own time, therefore he did not marry until now. However, his parents have been cooperative and supportive of all his decisions.
When referring to time, what does the P in PM stand for?
Which hill station lies to the north of Delhi on the mao of India?