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KBC gets a whopping 19.8 million registrations

29-June-2017
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KBC gets a whopping 19.8 million registrations


India can’t wait for the comeback of Kaun Banega Crorepati hosted by Amitabh Bachchan. The number of entries received this year stand testimony.


The nation went into a frenzy the moment the first announcement was made by Big B himself on a micro blogging site. Within minutes of registration lines being opened, fans crowded onto various platforms in anticipation of a chance to be on the hot seat. With entries crossing 19.8 million, this season broke all records. This is the maximum number of registrations made in the history of Kaun Banega Crorepati. And that’s not all! Over 51 lakh entries were received on the last day, making it highest single day registration.


Talking about the development, Danish Khan, EVP and Business Head at Sony Entertainment Television said, “The record registration numbers reinforce the immense popularity KBC enjoys in our country. Year after year, the show celebrates the power of knowledge with the biggest superstar of India, Amitabh Bachchan. With these astounding numbers, we are extremely bullish for this season, which will be a six week, mon-fri season.”

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