Kaun Banega Crorepati producer Siddhartha Basu responded to a viewer who claimed that the ‘wrong’ reply to one of many questions requested on Monday’s episode of KBC 13 was proven as appropriate. The viewer additionally stated that the query itself was ‘wrong’. Siddhartha responded that there was ‘no error whatsoever’.
Contestant Deepti Tupe was requested by KBC 13 host Amitabh Bachchan, “Normally, with which of these does every sitting of the Indian Parliament start?” The appropriate reply was proven to be ‘Question Hour’.
A viewer took a screenshot and tweeted, “Wrong question and answer in today’s episode of @KBCsony. Have followed several sessions on TV. Normally sitting in #LokSabha begins with Zero hour and sitting in #RajyaSabha begins with Question hour. Please get it checked. @SrBachchan @LokSabhaSectt @babubasu.”
Siddhartha replied, “No error whatsoever. Kindly check the handbooks for members of the Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha for yourself. In both houses, unless otherwise directed by the speaker/chairperson, sittings conventionally begin with Question Hour, followed by Zero Hour.”
The viewer wrote in a follow-up tweet, “Mr. Basu, thank you for your response. I cross checked the information on Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha websites. The two screenshots testify that both the question, as well as the answer were wrong. Must mention that sitting in Rajya Sabha begins at 11.00 am.” He additionally connected screenshots alongside together with his publish.
Kaun Banega Crorepati first premiered in 2000 and celebrated 21 years this yr. Contestants reply a collection of more and more tough inquiries to win prize cash of ₹7 crore.
Earlier this yr, in an interview with The Indian Express, Siddhartha addressed criticism directed in direction of KBC for ‘selling sob stories’ and stated that not one of the feelings was ‘engineered’ for the sake of scores.
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“KBC has never been just another quiz show. The human story has always mattered, and that’s what created the sensation of the first season in India, based on which Vikas wrote his book Q&A. It’s never been only sob stories though on KBC. If people get emotional, that’s not engineered. That’s natural on a life-changing show before a massive audience and a larger-than-life host,” he had stated, including that KBC ‘touches lives with the heart as well as the mind’.