Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 episode 19 started with rollover contestant Rakesh Sharma. Big B asked Ms. Sharma about her experience of working with Dr. Kalam. She decided to quit the game after earning Rs. 25,00,000. To invite next contestant on hot seat Amitabh Bachchan asked the fastest finger first question.
After winning the fastest finger first round, Priyanka Joon from Jhajjar, Haryana joined Big B on the hot seat to play Kaun Banega Crorepati. Ms. Priyanka is pursuing B.Sc. Priyanka took home a prize money of Rs. 10,000. Next lucky contestant on the hot seat, was Sanoj Raj from Jehanabad, Bihar. Big B will continue the 20th episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 with him on 13th September 2019.
Meanwhile, here are the written updates and questions from Kaun Banega Crorepati Season 11 Episode 19.
KBC 11 Questions from Episode 19
Question 1: According to the Valmiki’s Ramayana, who was restored to life by the dust of Rama’s feet as he passed by?
Question 2: In 2003, which Indian became the first to win a girls doubles title at Wimbledon, partenering Alisa Kleybanova?
A. Nirupama Vaidyanathan
B. Neha Oberoi
C. Shikha Oberoi
D. Sania Mirza
Question 3: M Jayshree Vyas became the first independent woman director on the board of which of these institutions?
Question 4: June 29 is celebrated as National Statistics Day in India in honour of it being the birth date of which of these scientists?
A. Jagadish Chandra Bose
B. Meghnad Saha
C. P C Mahalanobis
D. Amartya Sen
Question 5: The Fingerprints of which of these animals are almost identical to humans?
B. Giant Panda
D. Red Panda
Question 6: About whose desires did Makhanlal Chaturvedi write in a poem, “Chaah Nahin Main Surbaala Ke Gehnon Mein Guntha Jaaun”?
C. Mor Pankh
Question 7: During the tenure of which Prime Minister was the anti-deflection law or ‘dal badal virodhi kanoon’ passed in the Indian Parliament?
A. Indira Gandhi
B. Rajiv Gandhi
C. P V Narasimha Rao
D. V P Singh
Question 8: Who became the first war-disabled officer in the Indian Army to command an Infantry battalion and a brigade?
A. Major General Hora Lal Atal
B. Lt Colonel Ardeshir Tarapore
C. Lt Gen F N Bilimoria
D. Major General Ian Cardozo
The 20th episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) 11 will air on Friday (13th September) on Sony. Son’t forget to share what you scored in the comment section below. For KBC11 written updates keep watching this space.
KBC 11 episode 19 Answers
The answers to the KBC season 11 episode 19 questions can be found here. We hope you will answer honestly to improve on your knowledge.
Answer 1: B – Ahalya
In Ramayana, Ahalya was turned into a stone under the curse of sage Gautama. It is believed that she turned into her original form after the touch of dust of Rama’s feet when he was passing by.
Answer 2: D – Sania Mirza
Sania Mirza won women’s doubles junior Wimbledon championship with her Russian partner Alisa Kleybanova in the year 2003.
Answer 3: C – BSE
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) appointed chartered accountant M Jayshree Vyas as its first independent woman director to the board in April 2019.
Answer 4: C – P C Mahalanobis
Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobish was an Indian Bengali scientist and applied statistician. He is best known for the Mahalanobis distance, a statistical measure.
Answer 5: C – Koala
Koalas have exactly the same fingerprints as humans. Gorillas and chimpanzee also have human-like fingerprints.
Answer 6: D – Pushp
The lines “Chaah Nahin Main Surbaala Ke Gehnon Mein Guntha Jaaun” are from Makhanlal Chaturvedi’s Pushp Ki Abhilasha poem.
Answer 7: B – Rajiv Gandhi
The anti-defection law is contained in the 10th Schedule of the Constitution. It was enacted by Parliament in 1985. It came into effect on 1st March 1985.
In 1985, the Rajiv Gandhi government proposed a Bill to amend the Constitution and curb defection. The 10th Schedule of the Constitution, which includes the anti-defection law, was added to the Indian Constitution through this amendment.
Answer 8: D – Major General Ian Cardozo
Major General Ian Cardozo is a former Indian Army officer. He was the first war-disabled officer of the Indian Army to command a battalion and a brigade. He amputated his own leg after stepping on a landmine.