Anamika Majumdar becomes the first millionaire of KBC season 9.

Anamika Majumdar becomes the first millionaire of KBC season 9.

A huge fan of KBC, the 41-year-old homemaker adds she will dedicate most of the winning amount to her NGO. Her organisation named Faith in India, works towards the betterment of women and impoverished children in Jharkhand.

Jamshedpur-based NGO worker Anamika Majumdar became the first millionaire of “Kaun Banega Crorepati 9”. Popularly known as the KBC show. She shares her struggle to get to the Hot Seat since the first season of the uber-popular game show. First aired in 2000, this show is still sensational with megastar Amitabh Bachchan as its host.

A huge fan of KBC, the 41-year-old homemaker adds she will dedicate most of the winning amount to her NGO. Her organisation named Faith in India, works towards the betterment of women and impoverished children in Jharkhand.

In an interview, Majumdar says, “I participated this time in the show KBC because of the prize money. But I had not imagined I would get an opportunity to play the game… I am going to spend most of the money on my NGO. I want to do some constructive work. Mr Bachchan also asked me to invest the winning amount tactfully. I will follow his advice.”

The social-worker says that the organisation tries to provide a better chance at life through education.  She adds, “We try to minimize their problems as much as we can.”

Majumdar says despite exhausting all the four lifelines, she was hopeful that she would become a millionaire.

“When I had won Rs 50 lakh I was a bit hopeful that if the question is somewhat easy, there are chances of me becoming a crorepati. When I got the question I was thinking about the answer…

“I saw the options I was almost sure about the right answer. Although the question was not difficult, the options were confusing. But I got it right,” she says.

The episode will air tonight on Sony Entertainment Television channel. Bet that the popular KBC music will en-thrill your watch. We salute Anamika Majumdar for her efforts and wish well for her organisation.

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