Amitabh Bachchan was totally flattered with the smile of KBC hot seat contestant Ishita Mer

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Published by Shifa Naz on 26 Sep 2018

On 24th September Amitabh Bachchan welcomed the new set of contestants on Kaun Banega Crorepati 10. Ishita Mer, an executive magistrate from Rajkot won the fastest finger first and got a chance to sit on the hot seat with the legend Amitabh Bachchan.

Ishita got the great chance to sit along with Bachchan and in the show, the megastar complimented her smile and said that he noticed her beautiful smile while he was standing during the fastest finger round and felt that his day would go well.

Well, it was a sweet compliment by the legendary actor and the girl become famous from then and now the world has started liking her smile.

She rapidly answered and crossed Rs 10,000 mark. Big B told her she looks so fragile and sensitive so how did she become a taluka head to which Ishita smiled and answered that strength should be from within and I am strong enough to carry out my role. Ishita believes to change the system one needs to be a part of it. She revealed what inspired her to get into the government job.

When Ishita was in school she used to read interviews of civil servants and used to think that these people are able to bring so much change because of their post. Her parents are retired government servants. She wanted to help the public due to which she selected civil services, as she was a brilliant student since childhood.

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Ishita used her first lifeline for Rs 20,000 when she was asked a question regarding a game. Audience poll helped her select the right answer.


Well, the correct answer is Chess.

Eventually, Ishita decided to quit the game show when she was not able to answer a question related to Indian mythology.


Well, the answer to this question was Indra’s Vajra.

KBC 10 contestant Ishita Mer took home Rs 6.4 lakh by quitting the game on a mythological question, but she won the hearts of crores of people with her loving smile.

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