Ever since Amitabh Bachchan returned to the Indian television with the 9th season of Kaun Banega Crorepati, the show has been topping the rating charts but in a sad news for the fans, it will go off air soon.
Ever since Amitabh Bachchan returned to the Indian television with the 9th season of Kaun Banega Crorepati, the show has been topping the rating charts but in a sad news for the fans, it will go off air soon. Yes, you heard it right. According to news reports, KBC 9 will broadcast its final episode on 23rd October. Like always, this year also, the show did wonders and rocked the TRP charts. Though, this year, the show was a bit tweaked, with the addition of a new segment, namely, Naayi Chaah Naayi Raah, which was scheduled on every Friday. Special guests like Abhishek Bachchan, PV Sindhu, Gauri Sawant, Actress Shilpa Shetty, Mithila Raj were invited on the show.
However, according to a report by SpoyboyE, Kaun Banega Crorepati 9 can be replaced by three new shows. The shows that might take place of KBC 9 are – Sequel of Pehredaar Piya Ki, Haasil and Ek Deewana Tha, as per the report. Rishte Likhenge Hum Naye is a sequel of Pehredaar Piya Ki and will be replacing KBC season 9.
Last month, KBC season 9 made a lot of buzz when it announced the first crorepati of its show. Anamika Mazumdar, who hailed from Jamshedpur and is a social worker, became the first crorepati of the season. The amount won by her was a colossal of Rs 1 crore. Anamika took everyone by surprise with her achievement. Even Amitabh Bachchan applauded her grit and confidence.
Anamika is a married woman with two kids and runs an NGO, named ‘Faith in India.’ The NGO works for the upliftment of women in rural areas. While talking to The Indian Express, one of the sources said, “Anamika was a very practical and reasonable kind of a person who took each question very seriously. When she reached the crore mark, even with no lifeline left, she reasoned all the options before choosing the right answer. Even Big B was surprised with her confidence and risk-taking attitude.”