Kaun Banega Crorepati 11: Karan Johar knows the answer to the one crore question lost by Himanshu Dhuria

In the recent episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11, Himanshu Dhuria lost the chance to win Rs one crore. However, Karan Johar knew the answer to the question. Check out how.
news & gossipKaun Banega Crorepati 11: Karan Johar knows the answer to the one crore question lost by Himanshu Dhuria
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Kaun Banega Crorepati aka KBC which is one of the famous reality shows is rocking the season 11 too. Amitabh Bachchan has been keeping the audience intact with their television screens. Tge TRP rates are still topping, defeating many other shows. KBC's popularity surely cannot be compared with any other. Season 11 started from August 19 and theme of this season is "Vishwaas hai toh khade raho... adey raho." The most interesting part of KBC is when a contestant reaches the level to win crores. Something similar happened in the latest episode too.
In the recent episode of Kaun Banaega Crorepati on Tuesday, a nineteen-year-old trainee pilot Himanshu Dhuria lost the chance to take home Rs 1 crore from the show. He was playing pretty well till the 14th level but was left with no lifeline in the one crore question. In fact, Himanshu knew the answer to the question but decided to not to take a risk as he had already won Rs 50 lakh. The question was, Sirr-e-Akbar. “Whose Persian translation of several Upanishads is known as the ‘Sirr-e-Akbar’." And the options provided were Abul Fazal, Shah Wallulah Dehlvi, Dara Shikoh and Ahmad al-Sirhindi.
Apparently, filmmaker Karan Johar knew the answer to the tricky question. On Tuesday, he took to his Twitter handle and wrote, “I knew the 1 crore answer!!!!!! #DARASHIKOH and so would you have @RanveerOfficial #TAKHT." Dara Shikoh was the eldest son and heir-apparent of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and the brother of Aurangzeb. He got the Upanishads translated from Sanskrit to Persian in 1657 so that they could be studied by Muslim scholars. Sirr-e-Akbar means The Greatest Mystery. In Karan Johar's upcoming film Takht, Ranveer Singh will play Dara Shikoh. While, Vicky Kaushal plays Aurangzeb. Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Bhumi Pednekar, Anil Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor are also a part of the film. 

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