Kaun Banega Crorepati is the official Hindi language version of the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. It is a series, as well as the flagship Indian national version. Since its debut, it has been hosted by actor Amitabh Bachchan, except for the third season, which actor Shah Rukh Khan hosted. From 2000 through 2007, the show aired on Star Plus for its first three seasons.You should know about KBC winners and their journey of success.
A list of winners of KBC (Last 2 seasons)
- Sanoj Raj: Several crorepatis appeared in the previous season; the first of them was Sanoj Raj. Raj, an IAS candidate from Bihar's Jehanabad, had previously stated that he had always enjoyed the show. The 25-year-old, on the other hand, said that he would be delighted with his life only if he succeeds in passing his IAS examinations. Currently, the young man is studying for the UPSC exam.
- Babita Tade: Babita Tade won Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 as the next big winner. Amitabh Bachchan was charmed by the simplicity and calmness of the midday meal cook from Amravati. She aimed to build a Shivalaya and then save enough for my kids' future and expressed her feelings to assist the pupils at her school. You can have a look at the KBC winner listand can get inspiration from them. Babita Tade works as a cook in a school even after becoming a crorepati because she is emotionally attached to the children. Her prize money, on the other hand, has been invested.
- Gautam Kumar Jha: He is a resident of Bihar and became the third participant to win a million rupees in the 11th season. Jha is a senior engineer in the railroads, claimed he learned what he knows while studying for his civil service exams. With his prize money, the Madhubani resident wants to build a house in Patna, while his wife wants to help females from their village. Jha is still working with the railways.
- Ajeet Kumar: He is a native of Hajipur and become the winner of KBC. Amitabh Bachchan, the show's host, praised Kumar's knowledge and even dubbed him the finest player of the season for his deft skill. Kumar claimed he would use a portion of his prize money to start a rehab clinic for criminals while training for a position as a jail superintendent. Apart from providing a better living for his family, he also stated that he would spend a certain amount of money helping those in his community. According to the most recent information, Ajeet Kumar passed his tests and is currently a superintendent.
- Binita Jain: She was a resident of Assam and was the winner of a one-crore prize. Jain, who previously worked as a teacher in a coaching centre, put her award money towards her children's future. In her village, the delighted mother recently opened a dentistry practice for her son.