Bihar’s Sushil Kumar, who won Rs 5 crore on KBC 5, is believed to be India’s real Slumdog Millionaire. The poor man did not have a TV set when the KBC was aired and he was approaching his neighbour to watch the mega quiz show.
Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC 5) has given Rs five crore, its biggest prize so far. The boy from Bihar has still to come out of shock following this huge reward, says S Ahmed of VONews.Com
A computer operator Sushil Kumar working earning Rupees Six Thousand per month from MNREGA office near Motihari, Bihar has won the biggest ever television show’s prize money of Rupees Five Crore. The world watched the show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ or KBC 5 on the 2nd of November hosted by the Superstar Amitabh Bachchan.
Though everybody is talking about the determination of Sushil but he was a very poor student and could not pass his matriculation exams in his first attempt. Aged 27-year and having a postgraduate degree in psychology Sushil needed to answer correctly thirteen questions in all. Thirteen questions with a few help lines like phone a friend, audience, expert and fifty-fifty
The 27-year-old Sushil Kumar is the first contestant to bag Rs 5 crore prize money on the popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati. He belongs to Bihar’s Motihari district and works as a computer operator under government’s Mahatma Gandhi Scheme and earned a some of 6000/- rupees per month only.
Kumar had never imagined that he would be able to answer the final question on KBC that will give him Rs 5 crore. Overwhelmed man is still thinking what he would do with the entire money.
When the roof of his mud- tiled house started leaking this monsoon, and he did not have the money to repair it.
Three months later, the dilapidated house at Hanumangarhi in Motihari, the administrative headquarters of East Champaran district in Bihar, is drawing scores of people – both neighbours and strangers.
Everybody wants to see the house where Motihari’s proverbial ‘son of the soil’ Sushil Kumar – the first-ever Rs. 5- crore jackpot winner on Kaun Banega Crorepati – grew up.