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'KBC 14' contestant, all of 11, amuses Big B with his conversation

Updated on: 05 December,2022 09:10 PM IST  |  Mumbai
IANS |

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan enjoyed his conversation with the 11-year-old 'Kaun Banega Crorepati 14' contestant Vedant Sharma. When the host asked him about a superpower he would love to have, Vedant said that he would love to swap his body with 'Gyannath ji', the computer'

'KBC 14' contestant, all of 11, amuses Big B with his conversation

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Amitabh Bachchan enjoyed his conversation with the 11-year-old 'Kaun Banega Crorepati 14' contestant Vedant Sharma. When the host asked him about a superpower he would love to have, Vedant said that he would love to swap his body with 'Gyannath ji', the computer'. "I would love to turn into Gyannath ji, memorise the answers and then come back and play the game!"


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Later, a video was played showing how Vedant takes care of his elder brother, who suffers with Autism and their father told Big B: "Vedant is Atharva's younger brother but he always behaves like his elder brother. Not just from now but even when Vedant was young, we used to go out for hours leaving Atharva's responsibility on Vedant and he takes complete care of him."



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Big B told Vedant's father that as a father, he must be proud looking at how Vedant takes care of his brother, as it is not seen so often.

The host got impressed after hearing how Vedant helps his family and he expressed his happiness by telling Vedant that "he wishes for Vedant to get the superpower which will help him cure his brother and everyone else suffering from the same."


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