The question Ishant Sharma would have won at the KBC

BIPIN DANI. Dated: 12/6/2019 12:16:19 AM

MUMBAI, Dec 5: Prashant Kalbende had no lifeline left on what was the 11th question for him by Amitabh Bachchan on KBC (The Kaun Banega Crorepati) 11 episode but Team India's pace bowler Ishant
Sharma said that he would've won the round of the quiz show for sure as the persons mentioned in the question was none other than his wife Pratima Singh and her three siblings.
“Divya, Akanksha, Pratima and Prashanti Singh are sisters who have all represented India in which sport?,” was the question with four options: A: Wrestling, B: Basketball, C: Hockey, D: Football.
The Singh Sisters who were being talked about in the question were Ishant's wife Pratima and her siblings who all have represented India in basketball.
While the contestant wasn't aware of the Singh Sisters, Ishant Sharma tweeted “Watched a question pop up on #KBC screen about #singhsisters-I was like “I could have won that round easily” PS-Singh Sisters who are strong, talented and inspiration to millions of girls striving to achieve success. You all deserve this recognition and much more @SrBachchan”
"It was everyday’s routine to sit and watch KBC with parents answering or some times guessing the answers. Many a times my mother will say “I am sure if you all go to this show final round tak chale he jaoge (if you go to this show will reach to the final round)”, Pratima Singh, Ishant's wife speaking exclusively over telephone from Varanasi, said.
"Question popping up on the same screen was exciting for our family and friends. They all were so
proud to see our names. All the BIG B fans called us to tell us how proud they were".
"My father Gauri Shankar Singh and mom Mrs Urmila Singh’s has always been fan of Amitabh Bachchan’s work".
"I am fortunate to have legends as my older sisters Divya singh Prashanti singh Akanksha Singh who led me into this beautiful world of sports", she added.
"Representing your country while playing a sport comes with a different type of pressure in best way possible. Pressure is a privilege, especially when that pressure comes from putting an entire country on your back with 11 other people on the same".
"Ishant and I understand pressure of performance. We both support and push each other for excellence. Same career sort of helps understand what other person requires in different situations", she concluded.



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