Peon’s daughter makes it to Bigg Boss 11, is highly educated and topper

jyoti_kumariIndian reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ that’s currently running its 11th season, witnessed an array of contestants. Among the many celebrities, it is the house’s youngest contestant that’s grabbing the maximum attention. Meet the 20-year-old Jyoti Kumari, who hails from a middle-class family in Patna.
Jyoti was born in the Masaurhi district of Bihar and her father works as a peon in a government office. In-spite facing financial troubles, her father was able to send Jyoti to Delhi to pursue her graduation in Hans Raj College. Jyoti is also a topper in 10th, 12th and UPSC exams and aims to become an IAS officer.
While Jyoti has been extremely good in her studies, her family also revealed how she has a keen interest in acting as well.
Having expressed a desire towards acting from a very young age, Jyoti was able get an entry into the ‘Bigg Boss’ house, all thanks to her aunt who let her know about the audition.
Just a few days in the house, Jyoti has already begun turning heads with her attitude. While the 20-year-old tends to speak her heart out, it was her recent visit into the smoking room in the ‘Bigg Boss’ house that gathered the most attention.
Jyoti was seen in the smoking room alongside actress Shilpa Shinde, expressing a desire to smoke in-spite being a non-smoker.
While her smoking session pics are making rounds on the internet, Jyoti is also being amply judged by fellow contestants and audiences alike.
Her interview with a leading daily right before her entry into the ‘Bigg Boss’ house however reveals her strong spirit and attitude.
“Housemates who will take me as a kid will be in for a shock. I am not someone who can be bullied. I will shoot back if I feel that I am not given the due respect…”
“I am a straightforward person and want people around me to be the same. I detest backbiting and would rather confront my foes than talk about them with others. I have got in trouble for this nature but I am fine with that. Also, I can’t stand discrimination and whenever I would feel people stepping out of their lines, I will stand up against them,” stated Jyoti with confidence.

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