Bigg Boss 11 contestant Jyoti Kumari: I am not someone who can be bullied


You can’t be just happy with what you have but fight and push yourself to get more and more.”
Lastly, the young girl said that over the years, she has realized that female contestants spend too much time on make-up and she would like to change that. I will shoot back if I feel that I am not given the due respect or being sidelined anyway. I would happily nominate girls who are always in front of the mirror,” she concluded. Just before she stepped in the house, the Bihar girl had an in-depth chat with indianexpress.com where she had shared that even though she will be the youngest in the house, she will not let anyone take her for granted. The Indian government says that at 18, a person is an adult, so they better treat me equally,” she quipped as she prepped up to get on the stage with host Salman Khan. Also, I can’t stand discrimination and whenever I would feel people stepping out of their lines, I will stand up against them.”
The young girl, who is born with leadership skills, stated she would love to rule over the house. Top News
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd I am not someone who can be bullied. I have got in trouble for this nature but I am fine with that. I detest backbiting and would rather confront my foes than talk about them with others. Confessing that she is quite a ‘moohfat’ girl, Jyoti further shared, “I am a straightforward person and want people around me to be the same. Though I am from a small town, I am quite an intelligent person. Having watched all the seasons of the show, I am also quite adept at the game. “I want to be the first captain of Bigg Boss 11. 2017-10-04T16:11:56+00:00″>
Published:October 4, 2017 4:11 pm

Bihar girl Jyoti Kumari had an in-depth chat with indianexpress.com where she had shared that even though she will be the youngest in the house, she will not let anyone take her for granted. “Housemates who will take me as a kid will be in for a shock. “I know they are actors and on TV but why to put so much make-up. I am sure I am going to rule the house with my smartness.”

Sharing that young girls are married off soon in her village Masuali and she is left with no friends, Jyoti said, “I want people to understand that even though you are from a small town, you deserve to dream and make them true also.