Kaun Banega Crorepati 8th December 2012 @ 8:30pm
On air date :- 8th December
In Tommorow’s episode an engineering student Dhananjay thinks KBC is the only thing that can bring a change in his life. He had been in a relation with a girl and wanted to marry her but due to caste differences the girl’s father refused and they decided to part ways. Related to this incident Amitabh Bachchan shares his perspective on inter-caste marriage and tells him that in the Bachchan family, everyone belongs to a different caste. Amitabh’s father and mother had an inter-caste marriage. Amitabh a Bihari married Jaya, who was a Bengali. Amitabh’s brother, Ajitabh also has an inter-caste marriage with a Sindhi girl. Shweta is married to a Punjabi. Abhishek is married to Aishwarya who is a South Indian.
A discussion on bribing was taking place when Amitabh shared another incident about his marriage. He said that, when he was about to get married to Jaya, Agneepath release was due. He has promised Jaya that if the movie turns out to be a hit, he will take Jaya out for a holiday. When Agneepath turned out to be a hit, Amitabh asked his father to let him go, but he refused. The father said that he would only allow him if Jaya and Amitabh were married. They planned a quick marriage and had to fly out the same night for their holiday. In a hurry to get done with the ceremonies, Amitabh handed the pandit Rs.100 and asked him to rush through the ceremonies. On hearing the Agneepath story, someone from the audience requested Amitabh to recite the famous Agneepath dialogue, in the same style as in the movie. Amitabh agreed and recited the dialogue. He even recited the Chann at the end of the show in the same style. The next contestant on the hot seat is Umesh from Bihar. He is a BSc. Graduate and gold medalist in Math but due to some circumstances he was unable to find a suitable job. To earn his daily living he took up the job of selling vegetables in a stall.
Catch this episode on Saturday 8th December, 8:30 pm only on Sony Entertainment Television