Husain, a competitor on KBC 13, was unable to answer this question worth one crore rupees. Can you do it?
Another contestant came close to becoming a 'crorepati' on Tuesday's episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati. Husain, on the other hand, had to drop out since he didn't know the correct answer.
Husain, a Pune-based businessman, correctly answered the question regarding whales with the largest brains, which was worth 50 lakh rupees. However, when it came to the 1 crore question, he struck a major stumbling block.
"Among the eight-thousanders, which is the shortest in height but was the final mountain to be successfully ascended?" inquired host Amitabh Bachchan. Nanga Parbat, Annapurna, Gasherbrum 1, and Shishapangma were among the possibilities provided to him.
Husain decided to leave the event with 50 lakh in his pocket because he had no idea what the topic was about. Shishapangma, located in south-central Tibet, five kilometers from the Nepal border, was the correct response. At 8,027 meters (26,335 feet) above sea level, it is the world's 14th highest peak. A Chinese team led by X Jng climbed it for the first time on May 2, 1964.
On the current 13th season of the show, only one person has been crowned a crorepati. Last month, Himani Bundela, an Agra teacher, earned 1 crore. "Honestly, speaking before playing the Fastest Finger First Triple Test, when I heard Mr. Bachchan's voice, the KBC soundtrack, and felt his entry when he said Namashkar, I actually forgot everything and why I was on the show," Himani remarked in an interview with a leading daily. Like the rest of the audience, I began to cheer for him. I was extremely engrossed in the event because I had previously only experienced it through television, but this time I was a part of it. I had even watched it on television when my vision was clear. It was as if I were in a dream come true