Ashish told Amitabh Bachchan how he had tried to be a part of ‘KBC’ since the age of 18 and finally was on the hot seat after eight years.
The day four of Amitabh Bachchan’s super hit quiz show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati 13’ was full of emotions and big wins. Nimisha Ahirwar, an officer in the Madhya Pradesh police was rolled over from yesterday’s episode. She shared how her relatives tried to give her advice to stay focused in the show.
Nimisha’s adorable and with her husband was also showcased on the show. She managed to win Rs 3.2 lakhs, however faced difficulty in answering the question for Rs 12 lakhs as she had used up all her lifelines. She then quit the show. Nimisha was unable to answer the following question:
In which city would you find the Chaturbhuj Temple, housing one of the worlds oldest inscriptions of zero in numerical value? A) Orjha, B) Gwalior, C) Bhopal, D) Khajuraho.
The next contestant who scored at the top of the table in fastest finger first was Mumbai based analyst Ashish Krishna Suvarna. Ashish shared how he had tried to be a part of the show since the age of 18 and finally was on the hot seat after eight years.
Ashish, who answered most of the questions with a smile on his face and superfast speed, told Amitabh Bachchan that in 2014 his father suffered from paralysis and it was his stipend and mother’s tuition fees money that ran the household. Ashish further shared that after his job at an MNC he bought a house for his parents.
Suvarna managed to win Rs 6.4 lakhs but failed to answer the question for Rs 12 lakhs as he had used all his lifelines. The question was:
Which duo made their music debut as music composers with the Bhojpuri film Dangal that featured the popular song “Kashil hile, Patna hile” ? A) Nadeem-Shravan, B) Anand Milind, C) Lakshimkanth Pyarelal, D) Said Wajid.
The contestants for the show were chosen totally online for the second year in a row. Everything was done online due to the Covid-19 epidemic, from registration to auditions. Unlike 2020, the performance will have a live audience in the studio this year.