"I don"t think the word 'fearless" means being bullet-proof," the Daily Telegraph quoted her as saying. “It means feeling scared, but challenging yourself, then going ahead anyway. I see fear as something positive – it"s a challenge. “My life isn"t normal. But my aim is to be normal in an abnormal situation," she added.
Story first published: Monday, January 11, 2010, 15:47 [IST]