Kaun Banega Crorepati Winner Sushil Kumar Pens A Lengthy Note Describing The 'Worst Phase' Of Life After Winning Rs 5 Crore

In a Facebook post, Sushil Kumar who won Rs 5 crore in Amitabh Bachchan's Kaun Banega Crorepati in the year 2011 has described how is life tumbled after he won such a big price

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Kaun Banega Crorepati Winner Sushil Kumar Pens A Lengthy Note Describing The 'Worst Phase' Of Life After Winning Rs 5 Crore
Kaun Banega Crorepati hosted by Amitabh Bachchan remains to be one of the favourite reality shows of the audiences. Now, Big B is gearing up for its 12th season and shooting of the same is currently underway. But as we all desperately await the next season of the show, Sushil Kumar, who won KBC in 2011 has penned a lengthy note describing how his life went for a toss post the victory. Sushil Kumar won Rs 5 crore in 2011 and attained a lot of fame. However, in his note, he has written how the following years were pretty difficult for him.

Sushil Kumar started with saying that after winning the show, he started attending a lot of events, hence, he got deviated from the studies. Later he started with a business which failed in a few days. "2015-2016 was the most challenging full time of my life, nothing was left to extinguish what to do. Due to being a local celebrity, there was a program in Bihar for ten to fifteen days in a month. That's why education went away slowly. I used to be very serious about the media at that time and the media used to ask me on a few days what are you doing, I used to do this business without experience, so that I can tell in the media that I am not useless. The result of which was that the business used to drown after a few days. With this after KBC I became a donor and got a secret donation. More than 50 thousand in a month used to go to such activities," he wrote.

He further mentioned that his relationship with his wife also started falling apart. He mentioned about moving to Delhi as he had bought a few cars and started driving. He also wrote about meeting students from JNU, etc and having a conversation that motivated him. He wrote, "Although some good things were also happening with this in Delhi, I took some cars and started driving it with a friend of mine, due to which I had to come to Delhi for a few days almost every month. In the same way, I was introduced to some media in Jamia Milia. It happened to the boys, then the boys studying in IIMC, then their seniors, then the boys doing research in JNU, some theatre artists etc. When they used to talk about a topic, they seemed like hey! I am a frog of the well. I know nothing about many things." (Also Read: Kaun Banega Crorepati 12: Amitabh Bachchan’s Show To Replace ‘Audience Poll’ Lifeline Following The Safety Measures?)

Further he wrote that he got addicted to alcohol and cigarettes. He then dreamed of becoming a director and moved to Mumbai. However, that did not work out too and finally he got his calling. He moved back to his village and became a teacher. Read his full post here. "Being alone all day and reading got me a chance to peek into myself with fairness and I realized that I have not come to Mumbai to become a director. I'm a fugitive running away from the truth. Real happiness is in working your mind. Pride can never be calm. It is a thousand times better to be a good person than to grow up. Happiness is hidden in small things.Do good to the country and society as much as possible, which should be started from your home / village," he wrote. Check out his full post below: 

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