been entertaining and fun. But it can inspire too! Today’s episode of KBC was
one such episode- which really inspired, taught and reminded me of a few
fundamentals which we often forget or don’t bother to remember.
Rajastan. He couldn’t sit on the famous ‘Hot Seat’, because he was playing the
game seated on a wheelchair. A former bank employee, who met with an
unfortunate accident that paralysed him from neck to toe. Impressed with his
grit, Amitabh Bachchan fulfilled his wish of conversing with Aishwarya Rai
(over phone), and they discussed how he (Yusuf) got inspired by the film Guzaarish,
and how he could relate with the protagonist.
his 10th question for Rs. 25 lakhs, he couldn’t answer it. Opting for
a lifeline, he phoned a friend, who couldn’t be of much help. As per the rules
of the game, he could either gamble in with a guess, or quit! But with a
smiling face he said to Mr. Bachchan- In my life, I never like to say ‘I quit’.
Main Akalmandi karna chahunga (I would like to do the wise thing). With
those words, he quit the game. Though he couldn’t win a crore, he won a lot more
hearts, and inspired them too!
and see the brighter side of life. I feel disabilities sometimes can be great
teachers. Disabilities can make way to the stronger being hidden inside a
person. It reminds me of what Hrithik Roshan said in his famous interview- “Everything
happens for a reason. God is preparing you for something”.
of the Class’. Where the protagonist addresses a crowd and says-