In good humour, Big B suggested that the contestant should hit the gym to achieve a fitness goal
The Kaun Banega Crorepati episode on Thursday kicked off with Shyamlal from Jharkhand, who has just taken the hot-seat on Wednesday. Keeping the Ganesh Chaturthi festivities in mind, Big B began the show with best wishes for the festival. As the show progressed, computer ji fired an interesting question: "Who started the Hum Fit Toh India Fit challenge?" The challenge was actually a social media campaign started by Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and endorsed by celebrities from all walks of life. While Shyamlal did not get any suggestion from Big B about the correct answer, he did get suggested to take the challenge himself.
In good humour, Big B suggested that Shyamlal should hit the gym to achieve a fitness goal, when the contestant's wife shouted out from the audience that similar suggestions from her go to deaf ears. A visibly embarrassed Shyamlal, on his part, justified that he loves sleep and has tried and failed at his gym attempts. That's when paying heed to Shyamlal's wife, Big B added: "Bahaut badi galti kar rahe hai aap!" Apart from inspiring Shyamlal, who owns a mobile shop in Jharkhand, to renew his gym subscription, Big B also suggested that he should start his days early, with morning walk as an inevitable part of his routine.
Shyamlal turned out to be a strong enough contestant, who didn't need to ask for lifelines till the 8th question. Shyamlal left the show with prize money of Rs 12.5 lakh!
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Amitabh Bachchan will continue to play Kaun Banega Crorepati with a new contestant on Friday, who just arrived on the hot-seat.