'KBC 13': Visually impaired contestant Imani Bundela wins Rs 1 crore, risks everything to play for Rs 7 crore

'KBC 13': Visually impaired contestant Imani Bundela wins Rs 1 crore, risks everything to play for Rs 7 crore

In another promo, Imani celebrates her victory of winning Rs 1 as fake money notes fall on her her.

Amitabh Bachchan’s super hit quiz show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ has changed the lives of countless people and also serves as a learning platform for many. As the show starts with its 13th season, it will witness its first crorepati in the visually imapaired contestant Himani Bundela.

In the latest promo shared on the SonyLIV platform, it was shown that Imani managed to win Rs 1 crore and is also ready to risk everything as she tries her luck for the 16th question to win Rs 7 crore.

The video starts with a short introduction of Imani, who says she wants to help other people like and establish schools. Later, Himani answers the 15th question and wins the grand prize of Rs 1 crore. Big b then proceeds to ask her the Rs 7 core question. She says, “Darr lag raha hai, agar galat hua toh. Lekin mann keh raha hai ki answer do, yahi answer hai (I am scared that I may answer this wrong, but my heart wants me to answer nonetheless. This is the answer).”

In another promo, Imani celebrates her victory of winning Rs 1 as fake money notes fall on her her. Imani’s father can be seen wiping his tears with happiness and says he is proud of his daughter. She then asks Big B to lock the question and says, “Agar neeche giri toh koi baat nahi, bhagwan ki marzi hai (If I lose the amount then it’s fine, it will be God’s wish).”

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The contestants for the show were chosen totally online for the second year in a row. Everything was done online due to the Covid-19 epidemic, from registration to auditions. Unlike past years, the performance will have a live audience in the studio this year. As a result, one of the most popular lifelines, Audience Poll, has made a comeback. The show has gone through a lot of changes. The game-timer has been called Dhuk-Dhuki ji, which keeps everyone on the edge of their seats, from competitors to spectators. Meanwhile, Dhuk-Dhuki ji has been called the game-timer that has everyone on the edge of their seats, from participants to supporters.

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