KBC 13: Akshay Jyot quits the show by winning Rs 6 lakh 40 thousand, know which question he could not answer

This week Ganesh Chaturthi special is being celebrated in Amitabh Bachchan’s quiz reality show Kaun Banega Crorepati 13. In today’s episode, Akshay Jyot Ratnu of Jodhpur sat on the hot seat by quickly answering three questions. Akshay has been preparing for civil service for the last 7 years. After sitting on the hot seat, he talked a lot with Big B. He went on to win 6 lakh 40 thousand rupees from this show.

Akshay had some doubts on the answer to the question of 12 lakh 50 thousand. After which he also took a life line 50-50. But due to lack of confirmation on his answer, he decided to quit the show. The question asked for 12 lakh 50 thousand is this- It is believed that in which of these places the name of ‘Geese’ is believed to be related to medicine? Four options are given to this question which are as follows- A. Ghaziwantep, B. Ghazipur, C. Gaza, D.) Ghaziabad. The correct answer to this question is- C.) Gaza. Akshay felt Gaza was right but he did not want to take the risk, so he decided to quit the show.

Do not go out of the house during the day

Akshay told that he has been preparing for civil service for the last 7 years. He does not come out of the house in the afternoon as people from the neighborhood ask him what happened, the exam did not pass or taunt him. But the day I stop preparing, then I should say this.

Amitabh Bachchan motivated

Akshay asked Big B what did you do when you got frustrated, sir. On this, he told the original mantra given by his babuji to Akshay. He said that once when I went to my babuji in desperation, he told me that
As long as there is life, there is struggle. We must admit that we have to struggle everyday. Nothing is achieved without struggle.

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