- Manisha shared some throwback photos of herself
- The pics are from when she was present process remedy for most cancers
- “Let’s be kind to ourselves and to the world,” she wrote
On National Cancer Awareness Day, actress Manisha Koirala wrote about “arduous” journey of remedy and “hope” in an inspiring publish. The actress, who battled most cancers just a few years in the past, shared some throwback photos of herself from when she was present process remedy for most cancers and wrote: “On this National Cancer Awareness Day, I want to wish everyone who is going through this arduous journey of cancer treatment, a lot of love and success. ‘I know the journey is tough, but you are tougher than that.’ I want to pay my respects to those who succumbed to it and celebrate it with those who conquered it.”
“We need to spread the awareness on the disease and all the stories that are filled with hope need to be told and retold. Let’s be kind to ourselves and to the world. I’d pray for everyone’s health and wellbeing,” she added.
Read Manisha Koirala’s publish right here:
Manisha Koirala, who was recognized with ovarian most cancers in 2012, recovered from the illness just a few years again. She launched her autobiography – Healed: How Cancer Gave Me A New Life – on January 8, 2018 in Mumbai. She opened up about her ordeal with most cancers and rising as a survivor in her guide.
In 2019, the actress posted an image of herself from the time when she was present process remedy for most cancers and wrote about “second chances.” Her tweet learn: “Forever grateful for second chance to life. Good morning, friends. This is an amazing life and a chance to live a happy and a healthy one.”
Read her full tweet right here:
Forever greatful for second probability to life gm associates.. that is an incredible life and an opportunity to stay a cheerful& wholesome one pic.twitter.com/LzCL25mWVc
— Manisha Koirala (@mkoirala) December 1, 2019
Manisha Koirala made her debut in Bollywood with the 1991 movie Saudagar. She has featured in movies reminiscent of 1942: A Love Story, Bombay, Akele Hum Akele Tum, Khamoshi: The Musical, Dil Se.. and Mann, to call just a few.