'I Wanted To Let Go', Sonali Bendre Talks About Cancer And How She Emerged 'stronger With Help From Family And Friends'

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Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre's struggle with cancer has been an inspiration for many who are battling the dreaded disease.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre's struggle with cancer has been an inspiration for many who are battling the dreaded disease. The actress came back to India after six months in the U.S and actively shares her thoughts and her day to day activities on Instagram. 

READ: Sonali Bendre Got Inspired In This Way From Ranveer Singh During Her Cancer Treatment In USA And It’s Hilarious

Due to her cancer treatment and chemotherapy sessions, the actress had to cut her hair, but she still stood strong and embraced the change. On how she dealt with the loss, Sonali revealed that her friends and sisters were the biggest support system throughout the process. "I wanted to enjoy getting rid of it as much as I had loved wearing it. My friends and our kids were all with me when I got the first haircut. I kept it short and it did look nice," she said 

Meanwhile, the actress also appeared on a TV show with her close friends, Sussanne Khan and Gayatri Oberoi pictures of which were shared by the former. 

Sonali had announced in July last year that she has been diagnosed with high-grade metastatic cancer. Her smiling posts from USA, inspiring words and moments with no hair or with a wig, had all gone viral then. The ‘Duplicate’ star's return to India in December, the launch of her website for her book club and her return to the sets for a shoot have continued to inspire people. 

READ: On Women's Day, Sonali Bendre Embraces Her 'huge Scar', Netizens Call Her 'beautiful And Inspiring'

 

 

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