Sushil Kumar, the winner of the Kaun Banega Corepati show, has revealed how he is going to invest the cash prize of Rs 5 crore.
Sushil, 27, who works as a computer operator in Bihar government's Mahatama Gandhi scheme, wants to build a new house and wants to help his brothers.
"Now I have enough money to help my family and fulfill my dreams. I want to build a new house. Then I want to help my younger brother who is working with a garment shop and earns only Rs 1, 500 per month. I would help him to start a new business. I want my elder brother to get a new shop," said Sushil while speaking to reporters in Mumbai on Friday.
Sushil Kumar, who did his masters in psychology and could not continue further studies because of financial constrains, now wants to prepare for civil services examination.
"I plan to go to Delhi to prepare for the civil exams; I want to become an IAS officer," said Sushil Kumar. But "I will save the rest of money" he added.
The wonder is that the winner had not owned a TV set for a long time when the popular mega quiz show started in 2000.
"I wanted to take home at least Rs 25 to 50 lakh. By God's grace, I won Rs 5 crore. I didn't prepare much because I had an idea of what would be asked. I did some preparation with whatever books I had," he said.
KBC is an Indian reality game show based on the UK's popular "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." The mega quiz show started in 2000. Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan hosted the KBC-5.