Kaun Banega Crorepati: Woman contestant’s lively chat during show leaves host Amitabh Bachchan in splits, video goes viral

A contestant on the 15th season of popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati has gone viral for her cheerful nature. Alolika Bhattacharjee Guha has won over social media after her video from the episode with show host Amitabh Bachchan surfaced online. 

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She made people happy with a heavy dose of laughter. The clip showed Bhattacharjee Guha enjoying her journey to the hot seat and living her dream moment at her best. 

She involved herself in an honest and fun chat with Big B, stealing the spotlight of the show. A stressful environment was replaced by a light-hearted and joyous vibe as the female contestant hit a conversation.

Amidst the mind-boggling questions, the woman decided to take a breather and enjoy her dream come true moment. She engaged herself in a heartfelt conversation with Big B and shared how making it to the show has given her some of the amazing life experiences.

“KBC satisfied one of the other wishes too, apart from giving me the chance to appear on the show, I travelled via a flight for the first time. And, it was a great experience,” Alolika said. 

Later, she hilariously compared the scenes from a train trip to that of a flight and said, “These airlines even take care of luggage and keep it with them without making passengers stuff it below their seats.” These words made the show host as well as the set of audience witnessing the episode mark a fun-filled moment with an outburst of laughter.

A viral clip running about four minutes filmed her narrating more such instances. Revealing that the KBC team provided them with travel and accommodation facilities, she expressed gratitude to them and said: “Jai Ho KBC.”

She felt quite fortunate about the opportunity and said she was contented by it. Reportedly, the contestant was seen playing the game with a positive attitude by answering questions for up to Rs 12, 50,000 before opting to quit.

(The article is published under a mutual content partnership arrangement between The Free Press Journal and Connected to India)