It’s a Sunday…and its really lousy… I woke up at 1 pm! And had a nice and hot cup of tea.
Then just sat down using Facebook. Then just switched on the TV when having my lunch. Oh! It’s all so boring. No good movie, no good serial being aired. TV too seems to be lousy on Sunday. I browsed through a variety of channels, jumping from one to another. Then I finally stopped on Sony, to watch one of my favorite shows Kaun Banega Crorepati.
A lady named Amita Singh from Gwalior is on the hotseat. She is into Administrative services. She has come with her daughter, who is a dentist. She is a lady from a normal middle-class Indian family, who has come to the sets of KBC with lots of dreams like everyone does. She has just won a whooping amount of INR 50,000,00!
KBC is more than just a game show. It is a show where the citizens of India get a chance to utilize their capabilities and knowledge and earn prize money. And to make it bigger, we have India’s most famous, most lovable and the most handsome, Mr. Amitabh Bacchan to host this show, Panch koti maha mani Kaun Banega Crorepati! People get a double treat here, the fortune and a chance to meet its host Big B. They praise him so much, and tell how they are feeling being with him, singing songs, narrating incidents, telling about the hardships of their life, and also have good time talking about funny things about themselves. Big B has a great sense of humour, contestants and the audience burst into laughter.
It is commendable how Big B talks wise, lightens up the atmosphere and brings a big grin on everyone’s face. He also passes a message for the benefit of the society at large.
I love this show, because not only it has Mr. Amitabh Bacchan, but also because it makes so many people happy. The people who have knowledge, who are intellectually capable enough, who have many dreams, but Lady Luck hasn’t favoured them yet. This show is indeed a kind gesture, an initiative to give such people a chance to win a fortune so that they can fulfil their dreams. I know how it feels when you want something very essential and you can’t afford to have it. How it feels when you can’t give a good education to your child. How it feels when you don’t have your own property to call it your home. I’m indeed very happy that we have people in our country who have taken initiative to bring up such a game show, and help the not so very prosperous people realise their dreams. It makes me very happy seeing people winning huge amounts and going home with a big smile on their face.
May God bless such thoughtful and kind hearted people. Live long KBC!