Many people told me I was a ‘misfit’ for Khatron Ke Khiladi: Divyanka Tripathi.

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Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 recently ended with Arjun Bijlani in the first place and Divyanka Tripathi as the first runner up. Fans of Tripathi were quite disappointed with the actress’s first runner up position and expressed their feelings about how they thought that she deserved the win. The actress recently sat down for an interview where she revealed that she never expected to get to the finale and had made sure to push herself to her limits during the tasks. Tripathi also earned the title of ‘dhaakad girl’ and ‘Magar rani’ for the performance of daring and risky stunts.

Many people told me I was a 'misfit' for Khatron Ke Khiladi: Divyanka Tripathi.

She also disclosed to Etimes, ‘“When I entered the show I didn’t even think that I would reach the finale. I not only surprised myself but everyone else. Many people thought I was a misfit for the show and were surprised to see me perform the stunts. But I had a feeling since the beginning of the show that I would not win it. But the kind of love and respect I have earned through this show is priceless‘.

Tripathi further added, ‘I think I was a common man on the show. I wasn’t the fittest of them all. And people sometimes tend to underestimate women who handle households. I didn’t know how far I could push myself, but I had one thing in my mind that I would never say no. I am happy that I have set an example and through this, I hope people see that if they are determined they can do things.

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