#KBC11 KaramVeer Episode: Read Why Big B Touches Sindhutai's Feet

Friday's episode of KBC 11 witnessed social activist Sindhutai Sapkal, who is widely addressed as the "Mother of Orphans" as the first 'KBC Karamveer.' Such an inspirational legend she is. Read all here!

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#KBC11 KaramVeer Episode: Read Why Big B Touches Sindhutai's Feet

Another epic episode of KBC 11, the ‘Karamveer Episode’ streamed yesterday. The fifth episode of the quiz show witnessed two guests playing with show's host Amitabh Bachchan.

The first one was the roll-over contestant Noopur Chauhan, who managed to garner a whopping sum of Rs. 12,50,000 and the other one was the first 'KBC Karamveer' contestant, social activist Sindhutai Sapakal, who was accompanied by her daughter Mamata Sapakal.

Big B touched feet of Sindhutai Sapakal in reverence after introducing her to the audience.

Meanwhile, in the game, Sindhutai tells Big B how she learned to share when she felt hungry. Further, she told that she is a mother to all the orphans whom she has come across. And therefore, she is widely addressed as the 'Mother of Orphans.’

Sindhutai Sapakal, who took helpless children who had no one else in the world to gave them a nurturing home and support, is a mother to over 1200 orphans now.

She also told Big B,

“Jiska koi nahi uski main hu.”

In the further conversation between Sindhutai and Big B, many interesting revelations about her life occurred. For example, Big B asked about her fascination with pink saris.

Sindhutai, the much-feted social activist, replies,

"I have seen so much of blackness, let there be a bit of pink in my life now."

The entire set reacted with thunderous applause.

Before the episode, @sonytvofficial took to Instagram and posted,

The mother to 1200 orphans, Sindutai Sapakal, graces #KBC with her presence as our first Karamveer. Don't miss tonight's Karamveer Special on KBC at 9 PM @amitabhbachchan”

Sindhutai, one of the pioneers in the field of orphan care in India, has won 750 awards to date including the Mother Teresa Award. She earned the Nari Shakti Award, the highest civilian award for Women in the country, from the President Of India in the year 2017. Earlier in 2013, she received the National Award for Iconic Mother. Also, in 2012, she earned the Real Heroes Awards, given by Reliance Foundation and CNN-IBN.

The mother-daughter duo who went home with prize money of Rs. 25,00,000.

Watch the Promo Here:


The first Karamveer to grace our Hotseat will be mother to 1200 children, Sindutai Sapakal. Salute this great social worker, watch her on #KBC, this Friday at 9 PM Amitabh Bachchan

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