The latest episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 12 starts with the previous day’s roll-over contestant Asmita Madhav Gore. The 22-year-old contestant, who came on the show to support her family, was amid her visually-impaired father. Asmita played the sport quite well and with the assistance of 4 lifelines she was ready to reach till Rs 25 lakh question. However, because the lass wasn’t sure about the solution and had also exhausted all the lifelines, she decided to quit the show.
Asmita’s Rs 25,00,000 question was about the partition of Bengal. She was asked Which of those days was celebrated during a special way in 1905 to protest against the partition of Bengal and to point out unity among people? and therefore the answer to an equivalent was Raksha Bandhan.
Asmita quit the show and took home Rs 12,50,000. In last night’s episode host Amitabh Bachchan gave the audience a quick about her parents and therefore the economic condition of her family. She is that the sole breadwinner of her family and her father is visually impaired and her mother features a 40 percent vision.
While leaving the show, when host Amitabh Bachchan asked Asmita that he had heard that her mother travels alone in train, she answered in affirmation. Asmita and her father shared that he teaches at a faculty for blind kids and their salaries often get delayed, so he travels alone from Latur to Mumbai at the month-end just to remind the officers about his salary.
Big B was shocked after learning this and urged the officers to not delay the salary of Asmita’s father as he’s visually impaired. Amitabh Bachchan was amazed to find out that Asmita’s father travels alone by train and asked him how does he manage. Her father replied that they get training
The next contestant to win the fastest finger first and to form it to the recent seat was Kapil Gurung from Siliguri, West Bengal . Kapil works as a computer teacher and his wife accompanied on the show.
During the sport show, Amitabh Bachchan was seen discussing with him about food. In one among the questions, an image of the famous snack jhalmuri was flashed on the screen and Kapil guessed it correctly. After congratulating Kapil for answering the question correctly, Big B shared that when he stayed in Kolkata, he often had jhalmuri because it had been cheap, filling, and also delicious.
Kapil Gurung unfortunately couldn’t continue on the show as he answered an issue wrong and went home with prize of Rs 10,000.
The third contestant of the evening was Seema Kumari from Patna, Bihar who works as a senior auditor within the Ministry of Defence. She sat on the recent seat and therefore the episode came to an end and she or he is now the roll-over contestant.
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