Amazon Quiz today, March 31, 2019: Amazon is back with another exciting quiz and a chance to Montra Helicon Bicycle. The participants who are eyeing to win the Montra Helicon Bicycle need to answer 5 multiple choice question. Contestants who will answer all 5 questions correctly will be shortlisted for the lucky draw.
For the contestants who will be playing quiz for the first time and regular participants should keep some important points in mind while playing Amazon quiz. The contest begins at 8:00 and continues till 12 noon. So, if you have the Amazon app installed on your smartphones, don’t forget to press the notify button.
How to participate in Amazon quiz:
Amazon users who are willing to participate in the Amazon quiz to win gift hampers need to have the Amazon app on their mobile phones. A participant only can take part through in the Amazon quiz through the mobile app and not from the desktop site. The participants need to login before the quiz starts and if you don’t have the Amazon app, download it and sign up first.
Follow the simple steps mentioned below to win Amazon quiz and gift hampers:
Step 1: Open the Amazon app.
Step 2: Sign up.
Step 3: On the top of the homepage, click on the banner which reads Amazon Quiz with a picture of today’s prize.
Step 4: The contest will be redirected to the mobile phone screen.
Step 5: There will be 5 back to back multiple choice but tricky questions.
Step 6: Answer them all right to get eligible for the lucky draw.
Here are the questions and answers for today’s quiz:
Q1. Who was the last Mughal emperor in India?
A1. Bahadur Shah II
Q2. Marvel is set to release a special theme song for Avengers Endgame exclusively for India slated to be released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Who will be composing this song?
A2. AR Rahman
Q3. Which of the following authors was not born in India?
Q4. Dipika Padukone recently released the first look of her film Chhapaak, in which she plays an acid attack victim. Which actor will star opposite her in the film?
A4. Vikrant Massey
Q5.Which is the brightest star seen in the night sky?