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Bigg Boss 6: World’s shortest woman Jyoti Amge enters the house

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Published on 21 Nov. 2012 10:13 PM IST
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After the dramatic and historic exit of stylist Imam Siddique from the neighborhood house of Bigg Boss 6, another new celebrity will enter the house and guess who. To add a new twist to the show, world’s smallest woman Jyoti Amge will enter Bigg Boss house. She is 18 years old.

Jyoti Amge and television actor Santosh Shukla will soon be seen in the show. Jyoti, a resident of Nagpur holds the Guinness World Record of being the shortest woman in the world. She is going to enter the house on November 22. Santosh Shukla was last seen in TV serial ‘Chandrakanta’.

In 2011, Guinness World Records officially announced Jyoti Amge measuring 24.7 inches as the world’s shortest woman alive. Jyoti cherish Bollywood dream. She wished to act in films some day and her entry in the show is a step towards her dream. With every passing day, ‘Bigg Boss’ is getting interesting.

Slowly, divorced couple Delnaaz and Rajeev are getting closer and a new love story is blooming between Sana and Vishal.

 
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