Kaun Banega Crorepati 14 is one of the best reality shows on TV. In this, different contestants come every week and sit on the hot seat. Answering many questions, someone takes a big amount and someone gets stuck in the middle. In the September 22 episode of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati 14’, Aniket Shankar Patil took the hot seat after Sooraj Nair took away Rs 50 lakh. Aniket won the first round of Fastest Finger. He is a student of Nagpur. He told that he is doing this show for his mother and with her blessings he could reach here. During the episode, he kept on praising host Amitabh Bachchan which made the superstar blush. What happened in the episode? Aniket Shankar Patil made a big statement after correctly answering the Rs 10,000 question in ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati 14’ Told B that when he saw Bollywood superstars on KBC while watching TV, he was scared at first. Then he praised Big B’s skill and said, ‘A dialogue will always impress me. Tradition, prestige and research. Then I saw you here and your presence calmed me. But I am not talking about your age sir, there is no one to match your energy. This made Big B blush.
KBC 14 Winner: Kavita Chawla could not answer this question of Rs 7.5 crore, became the first millionaire of ‘KBC 14’, did not cry in the farewell, melted here, with this another contestant reached the hot seat, whose name was Aarti Bajaj Chugh. During the episode, Arti shares that she didn’t even cry during her farewell but the KBC platform makes everyone very emotional. Crying, Aarti shared, ‘This stage makes everyone emotional and even I couldn’t hold back my tears. It is not under our control.
KBC 14: Amitabh Bachchan got a bizarre fan, swam to the lake to get autograph from the emperor, then tell what happened! About ‘KBC 14’ ‘KBC 14’ premiered on Sunday, August 7. In the first episode, Big B welcomed celebrities who played the game on the hotseat. Among those attending the show as special guests were sports icons like Aamir Khan, Mary Kom and Sunil Chhetri, India’s first blade runner, Major DP Singh and Mithali Madhumita, the first woman officer to win a gallantry award.