Shah Rukh Khan (born 2 November 1965), often credited as Shahrukh Khan and informally referred as SRK or King Khan, is an Indian film actor.

In December 31, 2000 he appeared in Season 1 and won 5,000,000 rupees. In 2007 he hosted Season 3 of Kaun Banega Crorepati in place of Amitabh Bachchan after Bachchan fell ill. Fortunately, Bachchan got better and was able to return in Season 4. He also appeared in Season 5 in October 20, 2011 and won another 5,000,000 rupees and in Season 6 with Katrina Kaif on November 2, 2012 and won 2,500,000 rupees and 8 with Shah Rukh Khan and (Deepika Padukone, later Farah Khan, and later Abhishek Bachchan) on October 21, 2014 and won 1,250,000 rupees, which all of his runs are unfinished because of klaxon.

He was offered to play the role of the Millionaire host in Slumdog Millionaire, but decided to turn it down. The role eventually went to Anil Kapoor. To this day, Khan does not regret his decision, despite the success of the film.

Shahrukh's First Run

Note: As Shahrukh played for his charity, he was asked only 11 questions instead of 15 to help him win a guarantee ₹10,000.


₹10,000 (1 of 11) - Not Timed
Which of these services would you use to make a phone call from India to Switzerland?
• A: ITC • B: STD
• C: ISD • D: IAC
₹20,000 (2 of 11) - Not Timed
Which of these is not a cricket stroke?
• A: Cut • B: Glance
• C: Hook • D: Putt
₹40,000 (3 of 11) - Not Timed
Fiat cars were originally made in which country?
• A: Italy • B: England
• C: Russia • D: Germany
₹80,000 (4 of 11) - Not Timed
Which of these is a religious leader of the Jews?
• A: Padre • B: Maulvi
• C: Rabbi • D: Sensei
₹160,000 (5 of 11) - Not Timed
Which was the first Hindi feature film directed by Ketan Mehta?
• A: O Darling Yeh Hal India • B: Maya Memsaab
• C: Holi • D: Mirch Masala
₹320,000 (6 of 11) - Not Timed
Article 370 of the Indian Constitution deals specifically with which state?
• A: Punjab • B: Jammu & Kashmir
• C: Nagaland • D: Chattisgarh
₹640,000 (7 of 11) - Not Timed
Which is the first month of the Islamic calendar?
• A: Ashura • B: Muharram
• C: Ramadan • D: Hadith
₹1,250,000 (8 of 11) - Not Timed
Who led India to its first ever hockey gold in the Olympic Games?
• A: Roop Singh • B: Richard Ailen
• C: Dhyan Chand • D: Leslie Claudius
₹2,500,000 (9 of 11) - Not Timed
Who was the last Hindu King to rule Delhi?
"Audience Poll" lifeline used.
• A: Hemu • B: Rana Sanga
• C: Prithviraj Chauhan • D: Rana Pratap
Ask the Audience Results: A: 22% • B: 36% • C: 21% • D: 21%
₹5,000,000 (10 of 11) - Not Timed
Which is the oldest existing daily cartoon strip in an Indian newspaper?
• A: Business Ass Usual • B: Here and Now
• C: You Said It • D: Double Talk
₹1 Crore (11 of 11) - Not Timed
Who won the inaugural Durand Cup in 1888?
"50:50" and "Phone-A-Friend" lifeline used.
• A: Highland Light Infantry • B: Royal Irish Rifles
• C: Royal Scots Fusiliers • D: East York Regiment
At first, he said that even his dad didn't know this question, so of course he didn't know this. He decided to use 50:50, which eliminated B and D. Although he had 50/50 chance, but he didn't want to risk right away, so he called his Phone-A-Friend Pam Chopra (in Mumbai), who failed to give any option in 30 seconds. Surprisingly, after the call, the klaxon called time and he was forced to walk away. He would have guessed C: Royal Scots Fusiliers, and if he had enough time to answer this question, he would have been the second contestant in India to win ₹1 Crore.

Shahrukh's Second Run

Shahrukh's Third Run (with Katrina Kaif)

₹5,000 (1 of 13) - 45 seconds
Which of these phrases is often used to describe a love story revolving around three people?
• A: Love Line • B: Love Square
• C: Love Circle • D: Love Triangle
₹10,000 (2 of 13) - 45 seconds
Identify the singer from this audio clip.
• A: Kavita Krishnamurthy • B: Juhi Chawia
• C: Madhuri Dixit • D: Alga Yagnik
₹20,000 (3 of 13) - 45 seconds
Who is the author of the novels 'The Immortals of Meluha' and 'The Secret of the Nagas'?
• A: Amish Tripathi • B: Amitav Ghosh
• C: Ashok Banker • D: Aravind Adiga
₹40,000 (4 of 13) - 45 seconds
On 20 Sep 2012, which video was recognized by Guinness World Records as the most "liked" video in YouTube history?
• A: Dhanush's 'Why this Kolaveri Di?' • B: Justin Bieber's "Baby"
• C: PSY's 'Gangnam Style' • D: Adele's 'Rolling in the Deep'
₹80,000 (5 of 13) - 45 seconds
Which is the only country whose postage stamps do not feature the name of the country issuing them?
"Audience Poll" lifeline used.
• A: Russia • B: Great Britain
• C: Iceland • D: USA
Ask the Audience Results: A: 16% • B: 69% • C: 11% • D: 4%
₹160,000 (6 of 13) - 45 seconds
Identify the music composer from this audio clip.
• A: A R Rahman • B: M M Kreem
• C: Hariharan • D: Anu Malik
₹320,000 (7 of 13) - 45 seconds
15 April 2012 was the 100th anniversary of which of these events or incidents?
• A: Tagore Winning the Nobel • B: Dandi March
• C: Sinking of the Titanic • D: Founding of IBM
₹640,000 (8 of 13) - Not Timed
Which of these brands is named after a 19th century king?
• A: Louis Vuitton • B: Louis Phillipe
• C: Hermes • D: Van Heusen
₹1,250,000 (9 of 13) - Not Timed
Which of these personalities was the Speaker of the Maharashtra Assembly and also President of the BCCI?
"Ask the Expert" lifeline used.
• A: Sharad Pawar • B: D Y Patil
• C: S K Wankhede • D: Madhavrao Scindia
₹2,500,000 (10 of 13) - Not Timed
'Joseph Anton', the alias adopted by Salman Rushdie while in hiding following a 'fatwa', was derived from the first names of which two writers?
• A: Joseph Brodsky & Anton Delvig • B: Joseph Gilbert & Anton Myrer
• C: Joseph Campbell & Anton Kuh • D: Joseph Conrad & Anton Chekhov
The klaxon called time and Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif's run was forced to be ended. They walked away with ₹2,500,000.

Shahrukh's (Partial) Fourth Run (with Deepika Padukone, Farah Khan, and Abhishek Bachchan)

₹5,000 (1 of 14) - 30 seconds
Which of these phrases means 'to take advantage by deceving someone'?
• A: Charbi Chadhna • B: Champat Hona
• C: Chittha Kholna • D: Chakma Dena
₹10,000 (2 of 14) - 30 seconds
How many characters is the maximum length of a tweet on Twitter?
• A: 160 • B: 250
• C: 140 • D: 100
₹20,000 (3 of 14) - 60 seconds
Brothers-in-law Burton Baskin and Irvine Robbins started out in what business?
• A: Insurance • B: Filmmaking
• C: Readymade Garments • D: Ice cream
₹40,000 (4 of 14) - 60 seconds
Identify the singer
• A: priyanka Chopra • B: Alia Bhatt
• C: Shraddha Kapoor • D: Shruti Haasan
₹80,000 (5 of 14) - 60 seconds
Which is the tallest building in the world?
• A: CN Tower • B: Taipei 101
• C: Burj Khalifa • D: Burj Al Arab
₹160,000 (6 of 14) - 60 seconds
In which sport have the sisters Susan, Sofia and Judit Polgar been highly-ranked players?
"Ask the Audience" lifeline used.
• A: Tennis • B: Badminton
• C: Chess • D: Swimming
Ask the Audience Results: A: 41% • B: 2% • C: 56% • D: 1%
₹320,000 (7 of 14) - 60 seconds
In which modern-day country would you find the ruins of the ancient city of Babylon?
• A: Egypt • B: Iraq
• C: Iran • D: Syria
₹640,000 (8 of 14) - Not Timed
What nickname has the western media given to the 2014 pro-democracy student movement in Hong Kong?
• A: Red Revolution • B: Jasmine Revolution
• C: Peoples' Revolution • D: Umbrella Revolution
₹1,250,000 (9 of 14) - Not Timed
Which of these bridges completed its 100 years in February 2014?
"Ask the Expert" lifeline used.
• A: Gandhi Setu, Patna • B: Pamban Rail Bridge
• C: Howrah Bridge • D: Napier Bridge, Chennai
Right after the correct answer was revealed, the klaxon called time, and the entire celebrities group had to walk away with ₹1,250,000 with 2 remaining lifelines unused.

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