Malala Yousafzai is a Nobel Peace Prize winner, is in her second year in Oxford University in London, said she has a photo of Benazir Bhutto in her room.
The victim of Taliban’s gunshot, 21-year old Pakistani girl revealed this in a recent BBC interview about her UK life.
Responding to a question whether she got posters on the wall or any pictures in her university room, Malala told she was not a big fan of posters but she had a photo of Benazir Bhutto in her room.
During the interview, Malala told about her life in the UK.
“I recently watched the Good Place. I recently watched Blackadder. I’m a big fan of sitcoms or British comedy, I love it. And sometimes I watch Yes, Minister. And there was this old show called Mind Your Language. I know it wouldn’t be welcome in the same way as it was then but yeah, I find it very funny,” she told.
About relaxing, when she was not writing, campaigning, studying… or winning Nobel Prizes, Malala said she thought relaxing it’s just spending time with friends, playing cricket or just having a bit of gossip or just out for lunch or something.
She also mentioned that when she said, “I love cricket, I’m not that good.”
She's also just written a book, We Are Displaced, in which she tells her own story and shares the journeys of other young female refugees who've been forced from their homes.
About her book, she told that she thought that was a time that she share stories of refugee girls because we hear about refugees and immigrants but we never hear from them, especially from young women and girls.
Malala came to the UK after being shot by the Taliban in October 2012. She and her family settled in Birmingham.
Malala disclosed her early experience in Birmingham saying in the beginning she found it difficult but now it’s completely different. Now she had made lots of friends and she was proudly Brummie as well! But the beginning it was surely very difficult.