After Sunday’s spectacular premiere Kaun Banega Crorepati 14 kicked off last night with Amitabh Bachchan welcoming the contestants. After a thrilling fastest first round, Professor Dulichand Agarwal joined the host to play the game. He revealed that he wanted to be on the show since it started. After more than two decades of waiting, he finally got his chance to be on the hot seat.
After a long game and a fun chat with Big B, Dulichand tried to pop the question for Rs 50 lakh and finally won after using the lifeline. In today’s episode, he is an inverted contestant and will try to answer a question worth Rs 75 crore. But before that, guess the correct answer to the 13th question in the show.
The question was, “In 1953, which country’s parliamentary elections were held under the leadership of India’s first Chief Election Commissioner? The options were “a) Nepal, b) Afghanistan, c) Sudan, and d) South Africa.
Unsure of the answer, the professor used the 50-50 lifeline and was presented with the options ca d. He chose “c) Sudan” which was the correct answer.
During the episode, Dulichand Agarwal also shared an interesting incident from his life. The professor shared that in 1970, he managed to get Rs 10 with great difficulty and traveled a long distance to follow Muqqadar Ka Sikander. Dulichand had stood in the ticket queue for hours and when it was his turn there was a sudden rush. This was followed by lathi charge by the police to disperse the crowd and he was injured. Dulichand swore that day that he would never watch an Amitabh Bachchan film.
Big B, moved by the same, paid him Rs 20 and added interest to the ticket amount. He also promised him that they would watch a movie together sometime to break his promise.
Kaun Banega Crorepati 14 airs on Sony TV.