Mr. Bachchan read a question based on the Taj Mahal, to which Advait answered without using a lifeline and scored 320,000 points. The competitor used his last âAsk the Expertâ lifeline to answer the next question and scored 640,000 points. To move forward, he struggled to answer the question 12 50,000 and chose to leave the game. However, he realized that he would have answered the question correctly if he did. was presented without resigning.
The question he could have answered now was: “Which traveler was among the first Europeans to travel the Silk Road to China and described his experience in the book ‘Il Milone’? The options were (A) Christopher Columbus (B) Marco Polo (C) Vasco Da Gama (D) Bartolomeu Dias.
The correct answer to this question was (B) Marco Polo.
Mr. Bachchan rolled out the âFastest Finger First – Triple Testâ questions for candidates. At the top of the list, Shrot Bajaj then took the hot seat.
Shrot started with the quiz and played smoothly for the first questions. He had difficulty with the 5,000 point question which was based on the popular “Harry Potter” series. He decided to use the âPublic Pollâ lifeline to answer the question and won the points.
Then a video about Shrot was released revealing that he enjoyed playing tennis, which also fascinated Amitabh Bachchan. They were also seen chatting about their favorite tennis players. Meanwhile, the host shared that his favorite was Novak Djokovic.
Shrot then played the quiz at a fast pace and used the “Flip the question” lifeline to the 80,000-point question, which was based on a Gujarat-based delicacy. The question was:
He chose geography as his subject and successfully answered the question placed after the lifeline.
Then Shrot struggled to answer the question for 3 20,000 points. The question was, “About what percentage of all animals on Earth are insects?” The options offered were as follows: (A) Twenty-five (B) Thirty (C) Fifty (D) Seventy-five.
The correct answer was: (D) Seventy-five.
Shrot used his two remaining â50:50â and âAsk the Expertâ lifelines to answer them and moved on. After winning 3 20,000 points, Big B asked him how he would like to use the winning prize. The young competitor has revealed that he will buy the latest tennis gadget once he uses the money. He further revealed that he wanted to become a scientist and that he would like to use the prize money for his studies.
Mr Bachchan asked if he would buy a gift for one of his family members with the money. In response to this, Shrot said he would buy a cell phone for his younger sister.
After the discussion, Shrot played for 640,000 points but did not answer correctly. He came back with a prize of 3 20,000 points.
The question that Shrot did not answer correctly was: “Which poet is the author of the poems” Mirch Ka Mazaa “and” Padhakkoo Ki Soojh “? The options were: (A) Jaishankar Prasad (B) Suryakant Tripathi Nirala (C) Ramdhari Singh Dinkar (D) Makahanlala Chaturvedi.
Shrot chose Jaishankar Prasad but the correct answer was “Ramdhari Singh Dinkar”.
Next, Big B started the “Triple test – Fastest Finger First” question, but was surprised with a special request. One of the suitors for the same asked him to remove a light saying it irritated him. He approached her and adorably asked the light to stop bothering the girl.
The next contestant to take the hot seat was Riddhima Chawla, who would be seen playing the game in the next episode.