Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 found the fourth crorepati of the season. Ajeet Kumar from Bihar went on to win the prize money of Rs 1 crore in the GK-based reality TV game show. Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 is topping the charts every week and why not? Seeing the contestants answer and play the game so brilliantly, has hooked the audience to their television sets. Coming back to the latest episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11, Ajeet played brilliantly still the last question. Ajeet couldn't answer the last question, that is the question of Rs 7 Crore and hence quit the show.
When the superintendent-aspirant heard the last question, he didn't know the answer to the same. The last question being, 'Who is the first cricketer to score two T20 international fifties on the same day in two different matches?' The options for the question we as follows: A) Nawroz Mangal, B) Mohammad Hafeez, C) Mohammad Shahzad and D) Shakib Al Hasan. Ajeet quit the show. However, as the rule of the game goes, Ajeet had to guess the answer to the question. He chose Nawroz Mangal while the correct answer was Mohammad Shahzad.
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With an interview with indianexpress.com, Ajeet revealed as to how he plans to use the money. "The money is very big and it will definitely help me in getting a better lifestyle for myself and my family. We can easily use it for all our necessities. Also, I want to help people around me who need financial aid, so a sum will also be spent there. And if it's possible, I would like to help in forming rehabilitation centers for the convicts."Ajeet told the daily.
Hitherto, three other contestants went on to take the prize money of Rs 1 crore. Sanoj Raj, Babita Tade, and Gautam Jha respectively won the amount during their stint on the show. For more scoops and updates, watch out for this space.
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