KBC 11: Charna Gupta On Quitting Rs 1 Cr Question
Charna Gupta, who is a labour investigator by profession from Madhya Pradesh, became the 1st participant to reach the question worth Rs 1 Crore in Kaun Banega Crorepati 11. She chose to quit the game as she didn’t want to give the wrong answer and took home Rs 50 lakh. She says that the activity and the business she got is priceless.
Sony TV’s favourite entertainment reality show Kaun Banega Crorepati 11, entertained by Amitabh Bachchan, is no doubt.
Following the spectators secured to the station screens. Recently, Charna Gupta, who is an operation controller by law from Beohari, Madhya Pradesh, got an excuse to sit on the hot seat. Charna played well and became the 1st participant to reach the question worth Rs 1 crore.
However, by the time Charna joined the 15th issue (Rs 1 crore question), she had done all her help and was terrified to read the incorrect answer. Hence, she chose to quit the game and took home Rs 50 lakh. People praised and even recommended her for trying.
On Meeting Amitabh Bachchan
When asked about her participation agreement Amitabh Bachchan, she said IE that she would not be able to stop reading about him. When she saw Amitji on the set for the 1st time, she thought it was like a dream. She calls him the real superstar of the millennium and right for the country.
Charna’s Rs 1 Crore Question
Charna quit the match and chose not to try the Rs 1 crore question, to not lose her real price money. The problem she didn’t answer was: In 1944, the Battle of Kanglatongbi was hit near which present-day Indian state capital?
The Candidate Gave The Right Answer But Had Quit The Game
Before leaving, Big B asked about the possible answer. Sadly, Charna’s response was right, which was – Imphal is the capital of Manipur, near which the campaign was supported in 1944.
‘What I Got Is Priceless’
Regarding the same, she said, “I think in luck, and that was not meant to happen. Also, being on KBC, lying across Big B and communicating with him was a more important moment for me. The money, of course, is great as it will help me and my family’s future, but what I got is priceless.”
Charna says that she needs to use the prize money for social causes and help her siblings who are not economically active.