SEVEN CRORE RUPEES ASKED FOR THIS INDIAN CRICKETER IN KBC SHOW

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SEVEN CRORE RUPEES ASKED FOR THIS INDIAN CRICKETER IN KBC SHOW

New Delhi: The question related to a cricketer was asked in the 11th season of Kaun Banega Crorepati, which is included in the country’s most popular and famous show. This question was of seven crores rupees. In the show, Amitabh Bachchan questioned that the great batsman of the world, Australian player Don Bradman, took a run on the ball of which Indian bowler and scored 100th century in first class cricket. In the reply option, he named Baka Jilani, Kamandur Rangachari, Gogumal Kishanchand and Kanwar Rai Singh.SEVEN CRORE RUPEES ASKED FOR THIS INDIAN CRICKETER IN KBC SHOW

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Sanoj Raj of Bihar had won one crore rupees, so he did not covet for 7 crores and left the game. The correct answer was Kishanchand. But not many people knew the answer to this question. Because Bradman had put his 100th first class a few months after India’s independence and that sentence has been long since. Gogumal Kishanchand played 5 Tests for India and 44 runs was his highest score. He never bowled in Test cricket. But he took 37 wickets in first class cricket as well as 15 first class centuries in his name. He was born in Karachi, Pakistan. After partition, his family moved to India.

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