KBC 13’s Pranshu Tripathi failed to answer this Rs 1 crore question. Can you?

Amitabh Bachchan began the Thursday (September 23) episode with roll-over contestant Pranshu Tripathi. The 28-year-old contestant is a resident of Satna and is currently living in Umariya, Madhya Pradesh. Pranshu, who is works as a Math teacher, won Rs 50 lakh on the game show.

PRANSHU TRIPATHI ON HOT SEAT

Pranshu Tripathi was seen attempting Rs 1 crore question on KBC in tonight’s episode. He works as a teacher in a local government school. Pranshu aspired to become a cricketer, but his father urged him to pursue cricket as a hobby and focus on his studies. Currently, he is preparing for competitive exams. He won Rs 2,000 before the episode came to an end on Wednesday (September 22), with all his lifelines intact.

He is a huge cricket fan and admires Rohit Sharma. He also keeps a picture of Rohit Sharma in his wallet and calls him his guru’. He is waiting for the day when he will the cricketer in person or at least talk to him once. Amitabh Bachchan fulfilled Pranshu’s wish, who got a chance to interact with Rohit Sharma via video call. He got emotional as he saw him on the screen. Rohit gifted his gloves to Pranshu.

PRANSHU WON RS 50 LAKH ON KBC 13

Pranshu used his first lifeline, Audience Poll, for Rs 5,000 question, and gave the correct answer. After crossing the Rs 10,000 mark, Pranshu opted for his second lifeline, for the sixth question and won Rs 20,000. After winning Rs 25 lakh, Pranshu used two of his lifelines, 50:50 and Ask The Expert to win Rs 50 Lakh. After answering the question, Pranshu became the second contestant to attempt Rs 1 crore question. However, he was not sure about the answer. Hence, he decided to quit the game show.

The Rs 1 crore question that stumped Pranshu Tripathi was:

The royal ship Ganj-i-Sawai, which was looted by the British pirate Henry Every, was the property of which Indian ruler?

The four options were: Tipu Sultan, Haider Ali, Aurangzeb and Baji Rao II

The correct answer was: Aurangzeb

The question that made Pranshu win Rs 50 lakh was:

What is the longest mountain range on Earth, either on land or underwater?

The four options were: Himalayas, Mid-Ocean Ridge, Andes and Transantarctic Mountains

The correct answer was: Mid-Ocean Ridge

Here are a few more questions faced by Pranshu on KBC 13:

What is the mean of the name Anshumaan?

The four options were: Love, Sun, Victory, Hope

The correct answer: Sun

Which two teams played in the final of the inaugural World Test Championship 2021

What is the coloured part of the eye called?

The four options were: Lens, Cornea, Sclera and Iris

The correct answer was: Iris

Which of these rulers was not a proponent of Buddhism

The four options were: Harshvardhan, Pushyamitra, Kanishka, Ashoka

The correct answer was: Pushyamitra

Indian Army recently named one of its military firing ranges located in Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir, after which Indian actress?

The four options were: Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Vidya Balan and Anushka Sharma

The correct answer was: Vidya Balan

Which US president coined the term United Nations?

The four options were: Harry S Truman, Herbert Hoover, Calvin Coolidge and Franklin D Roosevelt

The correct answer was: Franklin D Roosevelt

ALSO READ| Umaria’s Pranshu Tripathi to become the second crorepati on KBC 13?

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