A new trend called Baazi now is spreading all across the nation! Raghav Juyal named Starry Thursday host of live gaming show “BrainBaazi.” Live trivia show BrainBaazi come out with a whopping cash prize of Rs 1,00,000. Lacs of people are getting together in small groups across colleges, offices, homes, institutions at 8:30 PM and having a go at the 11 questions put across for them.
Team spirit comes in handy while playing BrainBaazi as the game involves questions from a wide range of subjects. People have realised this fact, and that’s why experts in Bollywood, history, cricket, physics, chemistry, biology, and current affairs gather together daily to crack 11 questions and win up to Rs 1,00,000 prize money.
This coming together of people is forging new friendships across age-groups and disciplines in all locations where BrainBaazi is played. While it brought a sense of team spirit, these days it has been running it’s magic in families during dinner times at 9 pm. Listen to what Ruchi Singh, a Delhi based Company Secretary, and media law specialist has to say about this phenomenon.
“I usually kept to myself during office hours. I would be quietly preoccupied with my work with minimal social interaction. So, the other day I came across the BrainBaazi app and soon was addicted to the live game show. I started sharing my referral code with all my contacts to get lives and started hanging out with subject matter experts in my office to guarantee daily wins. It became the perfect lunch-time socialising tool for me,” says Ruchi.
“I knew some of the answers, they knew the rest, and together we saw quite a show of teamwork as we began ranking high in the winner’s list. I thank BrainBaazi for giving me an opportunity to earn extra bucks and improving my friend circle at workplace along the way,” adds Ruchi.
Similar stories are being heard across the length and breadth of the country
From students to senior citizens, BrainBaazi has caused a surge of camaraderie and friendship which shows its true colours daily around 1 PM and 8:30 PM. Add to that, after winning cash rewards, these BrainBaazi buddies gather together and party hard with their daily winnings! Isn’t that wonderful?
Even when participants don’t know an answer they feel enriched and knowledgeable after each game, thanks to a wide array of questions and the immensely popular ‘Gyan Ki Dukaan.’ The funny jokes cracked by BrainBaazi hosts like Megha, Sukriti, Aakash, no doubt make the learning even more enjoyable for the thousands of participants each day.
The game starts with deceptively easy questions but gets difficult as we progress in the game. From the first one asking which river goes through Delhi to the last one asking the Roman name of the Greek God Poseidon, the game at the launch was super fun.
One of the USPs of the game is that you are playing it along the live users across the country. The host reads out the questions live and also updates on how many people could get the right answer so as to keep you guessing the number of people the cash prize will be divided into. The money is instantly transferred to the e-wallets of the winners, and their names make a victory march across the screen.