Big B started episode 50 of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 with the roll-over contestant Dr. Sushil Kumar Makhija. He played well and took home a handsome amount from KBC season 11.
Tonight’s episode was Karamveer special and welcomed Brij Mohan Bharadwaj and Madhuri Bharadwaj. They are social workers and founders of Apna Ghar, an organization providing shelter to homeless. Apna Ghar has 21 ashrams across India that gives shelter to over 4000 homeless.
The founder of Apna Ghar won Rs. 12, 50,000 and shared their story while playing Kaun Banega Crorepati.
Here we have KBC 11 written updates and questions asked in the show. The answers for the episode are also shared. Give a try and share your score with us.
KBC 11 Questions from Episode 50
Question 1: Which of these sports may involve a “penalty shootout” to obtain a result?
Question 2: After winning which of these elections do you become an MLA?
B. Vidhan Sabha
C. Lok Sabha
D. Rajya Sabha
Question 3: To work towards ending child labour in the carpet industry, who founded a nonprofit organisation in 1994 which is now known as Goodweave?
A. Kailash Satyarthi
B. Medha Patkar
C. Ruchira Gupta
D. Sunita Krishnan
Question 4: According to a legend, the capital city of which of these states is said to have derived its name from one of the younger brothers of Lord Rama?
B. Uttar Pradesh
D. Himachal Pradesh
Question 5: Who served as the last chief minister of the Jammu and Kashmir?
A. Omar Abdullah
B. Mehbooba Mufti
C. Farooq Abdullah
D. Mufti Mohammad Sayeed
Question 6: Which ruler built the Lohagarh fort in Bharatpur, Rajasthan?
A. Maharaja Surajmal
B. Raja Mansingh
C. Maharaja Madhav Singh
D. Rao Jodha
Question 7: Whose Gujarati translation of the Bhagavad Gita was called “Anasakti Yoga”?
A. Vikram Sarabhai
B. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
C. Mahatma Gandhi
D. Morarji Desai
KBC 11 Answers for Episode 50
Answer 1: D – Football
Answer 2: B – Vidhan Sabha
Answer 3: A – Kailash Satyarthi
Answer 4: B – Uttar Pradesh
Answer 5: B – Mehbooba Mufti
Answer 6: A – Maharaja Surajmal
Answer 7: C – Mahatma Gandhi