Megastar-host Amitabh Bachchan begins tonight’s episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati Season 11 with rollover contestant and second crorepati of the season Babita Tade. She will be taking on Rs 7 crore question today and it will be interesting to see if she wins Rs 7 crore. If she wins Rs 7 crore, she will be first contestant to win the prize money in the history of Kaun Banega Crorepati. She has so far won Rs 10,000 and wishes to buy a mobile phone for herself.
Babita is a cook at the ‘Panchafulabi Harne Vidyalaya and Junior College’ in Anjangaon Surji. She is well known for the ‘khichdi’ she has been making for the past 17 years for the students. Although she got married at an early age while pursuing her B.A., her husband has always been supportive of her and works as a peon in the same school. She earns only Rs 1,500 per month for feeding 400 children twice every day. In her spare time, she likes to read newspaper and magazines.
Check out the toughest question of today’s episode:
Q. Which instrument, that shares its name with the movie from which the clip is taken, is the actor playing?
Q. The wedding ritual shown in this image is typical to which tradition?
Q. In the Valmiki Ramayana, which of these divine jewels did Sita wear in her hair?
Q. Which hill station’s major attractions are the famous Mount Kalsubai, the highest peak in Maharashtra, and the 200-year-old Ratangad fort?
Q. Which of these cricket legends made his debut as a commentator in the opening match of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup?
A. Sachin Tendulkar
The makers of Kaun Banega Crorepati fulfil her wish and gift her a smartphone. She attempted the MPSC competitive exams but could not succeed. Nevertheless, she is determined to give another try in 2020.
Q. Which social reformer of Maharashtra was known as Lokhitvadi?
A. Gopal Hari Deshmukh
Q. Which is the only state in India, whose capital is named after a person born in the nineteenth century?
Q. Which country first sent a human-made object to the moon?
Q. From which of these Puranas is the Chandi Paath, a famous hymn to Shakti especially recited during Durga Puja, taken?
A. Markande Purana
Babita uses flip the question lifeline and chooses the category ‘Heritage And History’.
Q. Who among the following attended all three Round Table Conference in London?
A. B R Ambedkar
Q. Which poet in the court of Mughal ruler Bahadur Shah Zafar wrote the ‘Dastan-e-Ghadar’, a personal account of the 1857 revolt?
A. Zahir Dehlvi
For the Rs 1 crore question, Babita uses her last lifeline ‘Ask the expert’ and wins Rs 1 crore. Amitabh Bachchan rolls out Rs 7 crore question.
Q. Which of these states has had the most number of its governors become presidents of India?
Babita Tade quits the show at Rs 7 Crore question and takes home Rs 1 crore.
Amitabh rolls out fastest finger first question to all the contestants and Akash Kushwaha takes on the hot seat. He has recently secured a job with the Indian Railways but he aspires to crack the civil services exam. He also helps his father with the family’s ‘sweets and namkeen’ shop in their village. His elder brother has been a great support. He himself did not apply for government jobs and focused on their shop so that Akash does not have to worry about the shop when he applies for government jobs. Akash begins the game.
Q. Which of these is a snack of spiced potato patties dressed with yoghurt and chutneys?
A. Aloo Tikki Chaat
Q. The traditional ritual of “gauna” is associated with which of these events?
Q. Which of these actors appears in both “Singham” and “Simmba”?
A. Ajay Devgn
Q. How many millimetres are there in 1 inch?
A. 25.4 millimetres
Akash Kushwaha becomes the roll-over contestant for the next episode.
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