The television show 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' has ignited yet another controversy. The show startled viewers with a special edition including youngsters, and Sony Entertainment later labelled the behaviour unreasonable, destroying many tapes of the broadcast without delay.
In a special episode of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati,' a girl arrived and claimed that she could read a book just by sniffing it. In this case, a complaint has been filed against the show, and Soni has responded after taking notice of the situation. President of the Federation of Indian Rationalists Association, Narendra Naik, has filed a complaint over a segment of the 62nd episode of season 13 of the programme. In his lawsuit, he claims that numerous organisations take advantage of trusting parents in exchange for their child's mid-brain activity. In his protest, Nayak said, "You are lowering the prestige of our nation by disseminating such statements, and the world will laugh at us."
Midbrain activation is a show that purports to allow kids to read anything without having to look at it. However, this notion has been debunked several times. Experts and rationalists such as Narendra Naik have criticised the technology and labelled it a ruse. A representative of Sony Entertainment Television responded to the same hero's complaint by stating that the episode had been deleted from all platforms and altered accordingly. In addition, we've made the staff aware that they need to be more careful in the future and avoid having similar chats. We at Sony Pictures Networks India are always working to guarantee that material adheres to legal guidelines. SPNI is attentive to our audience's feelings. We place a high value on offering high-quality entertainment while also ensuring that our audience's emotions are not harmed.