Contestant Hardik Joshi, an engineering professor from Rajkot, Gujarat shared with megastar Amitabh Bachchan about his distinctive educating fashion by singing a tune and the way he sung a tune from the star’s 1982 movie, ‘Namak Halaal’, when he caught a pupil dishonest red-handed.
“During examination, I noticed a student was looking around for answers but when I asked him he denied. Then I sang: ‘Aap andar se kuch aur bahar se kuch aur nazar aate hai…pag ghungroo baandh meera nachi re’. This is how I teach my students so that they can easily understand even difficult concepts of science.”
Hardik Joshi took over the hotseat on the quiz-based actuality present, ‘KBC 14’ after Dhulichand Aggarwal determined to give up the sport with the profitable quantity of Rs 50 lakh.
Hardik Joshi was unable to reply the query: The ‘Gold Dagger’ is an annual award given to books revealed through which of those genres?
He gave a flawed reply from the choices: Romance, science fiction, crime fiction and journey. He mentioned, ‘travel’ however the best one was ‘Crime Fiction’.
So, he needed to depart the sport with the profitable quantity of Rs 10,000.
‘KBC 14’ airs on Sony Entertainment Television.