In an exclusive to the NDTV, Malala said that she sees herself as an ordinary teenage girl and post-Taliban attack, her world may have changed but she has not.
The girl who defied death also recalled what she thought when she found herself admitted in Birmingham hospital in UK that how she or her family would pay for the treatment. What if the Taliban targets her life again?
Last year, she was shot in the head by the Taliban, for raising her voice in support of girls education.
Malala said that she sees herself as an ordinary teenage girl.
Last week, Malala had the honour to meet the British Queen Elizabeth at the Buckingham Palace where she talked about importance of education and handed her a copy of book "I am Malala".
The Taliban, who have issued fresh threats to activist Malala, had 'praised' Nobel Prize panel for not awarding her the prestigious award.
But Malala had won the European Union's (EU) Sakharov human rights prize, this month.