KBC 14 Episode 39 written update: Big B looks sad as contestant Sonali tells him about women's malnutrition
The 39th episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 14 aired on September 28. During the episode, host Amitabh Bachchan looked sad as contestant talked about women's malnutrition.
By Grace Cyril: In the latest episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 14, Amitabh Bachchan played the fastest finger first question. After answering all the questions, contestant Sonali Sinha won the round and got a chance to sit on the hotseat opposite Big B. Sonali is from Bhuvaneshwar, Orissa, who works as a Public health nutritionist in UNESCO, AIIMS and other government departments. Sonali told Big B how her brother had accompanied her to KBC's audition round, but lost his life later to a heart attack. She also talked about women's malnutrition.
WHAT HAPPENED IN THE EPISODE?
During the episode, Amitabh Bachchan asked Sonali what problems does she see women facing in regards to nutrition issues. Sonali said, “I would like to thank PM Narendra Modiji because he has brought it into limelight as he is promoting regarding health in his campaign. And the women who should have the best of the food they are eating very less and last, we have the system in our culture where women eat last after providing food to their family and then they will eat whatever is remaining. Particularly during pregnancy, we have seen their mother-in-law giving less food to their daughter-in-law so that during the delivery you won’t have to worry about baby’s weight.”
Big B expressed his sadness and said, “Arey yeh toh bohoth bada brahm hain.” He also said that it's really important for everyone to get themselves tested regularly and be careful of iseases like TB, anaemia and others.
ABOUT KBC 14
KBC 14 premiered on Sunday, August 7. The first episode witnessed Big B welcoming eminent celebrities, who took over the hotseat and played the game. Those who graced the show as special guests included Aamir Khan, sports icons like Mary Kom and Sunil Chhetri, along with India's first Blade Runner, Major DP Singh, and Mithali Madhumita, the first female officer to win the Gallantry Award.