Pandit Hari Om Sharma is the rollover contestant and will continue to play the game. He is a priest from Deori, MP. Currently, he stays in Indore and has been a pujari at the Shri Ram temple and the Durga temple. Today’s expert is Rajdeep Sardesai.

Check out the toughest question from today’s episode:


50 years of which event in human history was celebrated on 20th July 2019?

Answer: Man on the moon

Unfortunately, Panditji gave the wrong answer. He wins Rs 10,000 only.

Amitabh Bachchan starts the fastest fingers first. Ashwini Bhosale from Kalyan (Maharashtra), makes it to the hot seat. She is a tuition teacher originally from Nashik. She teaches all the subjects to the students of the 4th and 5th classes. She is married and has a son. If she wins on KBC, she would open her own primary school, secure her son’s future.

How are noodles, burgers, pizza and french fries categorized?

Fast food

Goddess Saraswati is specially worshipped on which occasion?

Vasant Panchami

Which has the highest value?


Ashwini Bhosale had an arrange marriage but her husband does not encourage her in doing anything. She wants to prove her capabilities and intelligence to him. She is very close to her father and who has always supported her. She says, whatever she wants to do her father always says, “Do whatever you want to do, I am with you”.

Which is the fifth gate of Shaniwar Wada besides Dilli, Khidki, Ganesh and Narayan gates?


According to Ramayana, who was also called Rajshri and Brahmarishi?


In which Indian city would you be if you were landing at the Veer Savarkar International Airport?

Port Blair

The name of which Upnishads or ancient philosophical books means ‘the great forest book’?

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad

Rajdeep Sardesai helps Ashwini Bhosale to win Rs 1,60,000. For Rs 3,20,000 question, Ashwini decides to quit the game and takes home Rs 1,60,000.

Amitabh Bachchan starts the fastest fingers first. Anil Joshi aged 66 from Nagpur (Maharashtra) is the ONLY contestant to give the correct answer! He makes it to the hot seat.

He is a management system consultant who works with his wife for their company called Ascent Academy NGP. He is also associated with NGOs like the PEACE foundation and Mahan Sanstha’. Anil Joshi is willing to donate the winning amount to the senior citizens and the specially-abled people of the society and to the PEACE foundation. After donating for these causes, he wants to go on a world tour with his wife.

Which player’s forename means colossal?

Virat Kohli

What does the ‘e’ mean in e-mail?


Which piece of art from the king is involved in castling in a game of chess?


Once he visited his son in the U.S. and got bored and get rid of the boredom he started writing and realized that he enjoys writing. He has written 5 books until now.

Which river passes through the most number of states in India?


What is the name of the science that studies solid Earth?


Anil Joshi has completed M.Sc. in Physics and M.Tech in Electrical Engineering from IIT Powai, Mumbai and also a Diploma in Business Management.

Which of these TV programs is hosted by Bear Grylls?

Man vs Wild

Which political party is not correctly matched to its founder?

TDP – Chandrababu Naidu

Founded by MA Abraham, which company is India’s largest offshore drilling services provider to oil companies?

Aban Offshore

Which river did the soldiers of Alexander refuse to cross during his Indian campaign, which caused the Greeks to withdraw?


Anil Joshi chooses to quit the game. He returns home with the winning total of Rs 6,40,000.

Jahida Riyaz Hundekar makes it to the hot seat. The 54-year-old is an LIC agent and a restaurant proprietor from a small town- Indi, Karnataka. She is also a social influencer and motivates people of her town to educate their children. She has done a course on Entrepreneurship Development and later opened a small grocery shop in her house selling rice, pulse, oil, etc. When she got a good response from her customers and in-laws, she set up a full-fledged shop.