KBC winner from Patna now hones aspiring crorepatis

Don't be surprised the next time a survey of the best Kaun Banega Crorepati training institutes come out in the latest news-magazine, jostling space with the best engineering, medical and MBA colleges.

A one-time KBC winner from Patna, Anil Kumar Sinha, has done just that. He has opened a KBC training institute in his hometown for hungry aspirants who want to ace what is arguably the country's most watched reality game show with a winner's prize of  Rs 5 crore.

Anil Kumar Sinha - the man behind the KBC training institute in Patna, Bihar. IBNLive Screengrab.

He trains them in a real time environment with a computer in front of him so that the participant remains prepared for the show in the best possible manner. He has also written two books namely How to become a crorepati and ABC of KBC.

"It was a long cherished dream to win the game after a very long struggle. At that point of time, I decided if I get success then I will provide some sort of support to each and every one who is very keen to be a part of KBC," Sinha said.

According to a CNN-IBN report, Anil hit upon the idea of starting a coaching institute there after he received a barrage of messages each of them claiming to make the road to the hot seat a little bit easier. Interestingly, Bihar has not one but two KBC winners whetting the appetite for KBC enthusiasts to flock to his institute.

Though a few of his students have made it to the KBC preliminary rounds, it remains to be seen how many of them go home with the whopping prize money of Rs 5 crore, that could change their lives altogether.

Updated Date: Nov 27, 2012 16:29 PM

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