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KBC 12: Taking 3 lifelines on the question of 25 lakhs, this contestant got heavy, losing 50 lakhs.

‘Kaun Banega Crorepati 12’ is becoming quite exciting with every episode. Contestants are also surprising the host Amitabh Bachchan with his knowledge and understanding. There were many contestants whose Amitabh could not live without praising.

One such contestant was Bihar’s Ruby Singh, who played the game in the episode of Friday ie November 6. Ruby is a teacher by profession and wants to build a house for herself by winning money. Sitting in the hot seat, Ruby Singh played ‘KBC 12’ with great patience and confidence. Amitabh Bachchan was also praising his knowledge from time to time.

While answering the questions, Ruby Singh reached the 50 lakh question. But he did not know the correct answer to that question, so he was forced to quit the game in between. In this way she missed out on winning a hefty amount of Rs 50 lakh.

Read: KBC 12: Delhi’s Nazia Nasim became the first millionaire of this season, surprised at the question of 7 crores

The question asked to Ruby Singh for 50 lakhs was:
Which was the first newspaper to be published in India?
A. Bombay News B. Hikies Bengal Gazette C. Madras Courier D. The Bombay Herald

The correct answer was – Hickey Bengal Gazette.


Read: KBC 12: Assistant teacher Arpana Vyas could not answer this 25 lakh question, you know the right answer?

Ruby took 3 lifelines on the question of 25 lakhs, fell heavily

Ruby Singh used 3 lifelines only on the question of 25 lakhs. Ruby Singh did not know the answer to the question asked for 25 lakh and for this he used video call lifeline, but to no avail. For this reason, he had to take another lifeline ‘Flip the question’ for the same question. But Ruby did not even know the answer to that changed question and because of this, he closed all the paths to win 50 lakhs by taking the third lifeline.

Read: KBC 12: Runa Saha created history, but this question of 50 lakhs ‘turned water’ on aspirations

The first question asked for 25 lakhs was:
Azim was the grandson of which Mughal ruler, after whom Patna was renamed Azimabad in 1704?
A. Akbar B. Aurangzeb C. Shah Jahan D. Humayun

The correct answer was- Aurangzeb.

If Ruby had not wasted 3 lifelines on that one question, she would surely have won 50 lakhs and reached a stop of Rs 1 crore.



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