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Ekana Stadium gets mentioned in Kaun Banega Crorepati 11

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Lucknow: The popular quiz show – Kaun Banega Crorepati season 11 has hit the right chords with audiences. The evergreen actor Amitabh Bachchan is the host of the show, who is back to the fans of the show for 11th time. Amitabh Bachchan’s charisma and overall personality add to the show.

As we know in KBC several questions based on General Knowledge is asked from different fields to the players starting from sports, politics, history etc. One such question from yesterday’s episode grabbed the attention of Lucknowites. The question was related to the newly built Ekana Cricket Stadium.

In the latest episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11, Big B asked one of the contestants a question about cricket which read, “In which city would you find the Ekana Cricket Stadium?” The options were (A) Lucknow (B) Kanpur (C) Raipur (D) Ranchi while the correct answer was option A i.e. Lucknow.

It is worth mentioning here that Lucknow’s Ekana Cricket Stadium is hosting the International matches between Afghanistan and West Indies.

The stadium has successfully hosted the three-match ODI series while the three-match T20I series is still on. After the T20I series, both teams will lock horns in the only Test match at Ekana stadium.

 

Lucknowites, however, are applauding the stadium’s atmosphere and infrastructure. They are coming in huge numbers to celebrate cricket in the city of nawabs.

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Jacqueline celebrates as ‘Genda phool’ crosses 550 million views

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Genda phool, sung by Badshah and Payal Dev, has garnered over 550 million views on YouTube, and actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who stars in its music video, is happy.

The song ran into controversy upon release in March when charges of plagiarism rose. The song draws its hook line from a classic Bengali folk song, “Boro loker biti lo”, and social media was quick to notice that fact. Badshah later contacted Ratan Kahar, creator of the Bengali original, in an effort to sort things up.

The video features random shots of Durga Puja festivities, and Jacqueline is seen in a sari that is worn the traditional Bengali way in some scenes.

“I am extremely happy and grateful that people have showered so much love towards the song. We crossed 550 million views recently and it’s insane. I had so much fun shooting this song. It was a different experience as genre was unexplored for me. The whole process was super exciting, from wearing a Bengali attire that I had never donned to experiencing the touch of folk music and overall, the vibe with its beats,” said Jacqueline.

“It was lovely to see the fan videos as well as the fans recreating the looks and making dance covers on it. I am so happy that we could entertain everyone with this track during the lockdown”, she added.

The song also has Pahari and Gujarati versions.

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