Australian Cricketer Don Bradman is a well-established name in the world of cricket and he is the only Legendary Cricketer to average 99.9 in International Test Cricket.
recently in a show, Kaun Banega Crorepati hosted by the actor Amitabh Bachan has a question about Don Bradman to the participant Sonaj Raj, who is from Bihar.
The question was, “Who was the Indian bowler off whom Australian legend Don Bradman got a single to reach his 100th first-class century?” and the four options were Baqa Jilani, Commandur Rangachari, Gogumal Kishenchand, and Kanwar Rai Singh.
This question was asked for the price value of INR 7 crore, the daunting question saw Raj quitting the game and after quitting the game, Raj completed the formalities by guessing the name of Commandur Rangachari as the correct answer. Fortunately for him, it was the wrong answer.
Who was the Indian bowler off whom Australian legend Don Bradman got a single to reach his 100th first-class century?
Later, it was revealed that the right answer was Gogumal Kishenchand. Back in November 1947, an Australian XI had hosted an Indian XI in Sydney. While the Indian XI won the match, the match is mostly remembered for Bradman scoring his 100th first-class century by running a single off Kishenchand.