World’s shortest woman Jyoti Amge wants to be a Bollywood Star

The 23 inches tall, Jyoti Amge of Nagpur India, who is officially the world’s smallest girl according to the Limca Book of
Records and Guinness Book of World Records has revealed she wants to be a Bollywood star.

Jyoti Amge, who was recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records last Friday on her 18th birthday, is currently a high school student in central India and she is putting in a lot of effort
to get a degree because she believes she is going to get a chance in the Bollywood movies afterwards.

"I want to be an actor," Jyoti said.

Jyoti is a very brave girl who has no regrets on being so small, as she thinks God has gifted her with something which everyone else does not have. Jyoti was questioned by the media if she has any complexes?
Jyoti replied she has no regrets on being so small rather she stated she is proud of herself for making Nagpur so prominent on the world’s map.

"I have put Nagpur on the world map. Now everyone will know where it is," said Amge.

Rob Molloy of Guinness Book of World Records was also very proud of Jyoti, as he got pretty impressed with the optimistic approach of Jyoti.

"Jyoti encourages us all to look beyond mere size and to just celebrate our differences," Guinness adjudicator Rob Molloy said.

This is not Jyoti’s first world record since she was considered as the world’s smallest teenager before. However, on turning 18-year-old she automatically got qualified for the new title. Jyoti’s title
also brought her a chance to visit different countries like Japan and Italy for the tours and meetings with other record holders.

Jyoti’s appearance in the Indian cinema will certainly make a lot of people to flock to the cinema, as people always want something different to entertain them. Nevertheless, all left to see is whether
if Bollywood will give Jyoti a chance to appear on the big screens or not.