Patna: A woman wants Rs 20 lakh for her daughter`s wedding, a man wants another Rs 20 lakh to meet an emergency, a priest wants donation in return for divine blessings – Sushil Kumar, whose tryst with KBC has reinforced the middle class`s faith in fairy tales, is suddenly being approached by random strangers, demanding a `small` pie of the Rs 5-crore cake. Kumar, a small-time computer operator who captured the imagination of one and all by becoming the first to win Rs 5 crore ( USD 972,500) on the game show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’, has been approached by dozens of strangers for financial help in the last few weeks. "People from different places and different backgrounds have been requesting financial help. It is a new thing in my life, people have been expecting charity from me," a softspoken Kumar, 27, told reporters. Sushil Kumar has been approached by dozens of strangers for financial help in the last few weeks.He said though helping people in dire need is his motto, "it is not possible for me to help strangers, who have been demanding Rs 5 lakh to Rs 20 lakh as donation for temples, marriage of daughters, construction of house and starting businesses". Recalling a recent incident, Sushil said a Hindu priest asked him for an obnoxious amount as donation.
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