KBC 2013 to end Dec 1, Big B looks back at fun
Mumbai: The 2013 edition of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' ('KBC') is said to conclude on December 1. Its host, Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who shot for the last episode on Wednesday, says it was an experience full of fun and thrills.
A source confirmed to us that the last episode will be aired on Sony Entertainment Television on December 1. For Amitabh, it was an emotional yet exhilarating moment to shoot for the concluding episode.
"Another day at 'KBC', the last for this season... but hope it fills again by the (next) year (and) fun becomes at 'KBC'... without the inputs from the extended family, nothing would have moved. Thank you," the 71-year-old posted on Twitter in the early hours of Thursday morning.
'KBC' 2013 edition went on air on Sep 5.
Amitabh, who flew out of country Thursday morning, believes "work doesn't tire you" and says one glows in the love showered by the audience.
"And so here ends the lesson last episode of 'KBC' done, and what an episode - fun, thrills, and the joy of those that win," he added.
The show is the Indian adaptation of international format 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire'. 'KBC' first went on air in 2000, and it changed the face of Indian television when Amitabh stepped in as the host.
Except the third season, which was hosted by Shah Rukh Khan, Big B has been in the anchor's seat for all 'KBC' seasons.
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