Jamshedpur's Anamika Mazumdar, a social worker, finally broke the jinx to become the first crorepati of the ninth season. To reach the crore mark, she had a hard question in front of her for which she wasn't sure with her answer yet she reasoned out all the options and made a decision to go ahead with one option which was the correct one.
Mazumdar is reportedly a music lover, is married and has two children. "Even Big B was surprised with her confidence and risk-taking attitude", said an unverified source, according to an Indian Expressreport. She is a social worker and runs Faith in India NGO, which is an initiative for the growth of women.
The source added that she will be using a part of prize money for the cause she supports. Hosted by Amitabh Bachchan, this time this show has introduced a new pattern under which they introduce popular faces on a special episode on Friday. She made it to the jackpot question worth Rs 7 crore but chose to quit as she didn't know the answer.
The source further shared, "Anamika's mother was against her taking the bet, as, without a lifeline, she was up for a very big risk". Even though the contestants have been given an opportunity to win up to Rs 7 crore, we haven't seen a big victor yet. But with her knowledge and skills, the lady managed to win big.
The grand episode, which will see Anamika as the victor will air next month.
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