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'Grateful That People Like Her Exist In This World' Anushka Sharma Applauds KBC For Bringing Sunitha Krishnnan To Show

Kaun Banega Crorepati 11’s Karamveer Episode Recently Witnessed The Participation Of Padmashree Awardee Sunitha Krishnan Who Revealed The Kind Of Atrocities Human Traffickers Are Capable Of Committing

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Shriparna Saha | Updated on: 19 Oct 2019, 01:14:17 PM
 Anushka Sharma Applauds KBC For Bringing Sunitha Krishnan to Show

Anushka Sharma Applauds KBC For Bringing Sunitha Krishnan to Show (Photo Credit: Instagram)

New Delhi:

Kaun Banega Crorepati 11’s Karamveer episode recently witnessed the participation of Padmashree recipient Sunitha Krishnan who revealed the kind of atrocities human traffickers are capable of committing and how she helping victim rehabilitate and find a life beyond that tragedy. 

A social activist Krishnan has rescued more than 20,000 children and women from trafficking. She was accompanied by her husband Rajesh Touchriver, who played the game along with her. In the episode she game account of some horrifying incidents of child and human trafficking and the audience and the the host Amitabh bachchan was taken by shock.

Bollywood actress, Anushka Sharma took to twitter to applaud Sunitha Krishnan's undying spirit and her incredible work.

“The incidents and the dirty realities that a crusader like @sunita_krishnan brought to light on the KBC episode are so shocking and hurtful. She has done and is doing such incredible work in rescuing women and young girls as little as 3 years old from sex trafficking.” wrote the actress

Appreciating KBC for their initiative, Anushka said, “We are grateful that people like her exist in this world. And kudos to KBC for highlighting such amazing people on the show.


During the episode, Sunitha also narrated her own story, that she was raped by 8 men at the age of 15. Not only this, she has been attacked 17 times on her journey to rescue children and women from trafficking.

Sunitha spoke about how rape videos are widely circulated on social media. Out of her own experience, she narrates how she once she rescued a girl from a brothel who was just a half year old.


Krishnan went home with a prize of Rs. 12,50,000. She was quizzed on subjects like Osteoporosis, Guinness World Book Record and #MeToo movements. 

KBC airs Karamveer episodes to bring into light the stories of real-life heroes and social workers. 

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First Published : 19 Oct 2019, 01:14:17 PM