Twinkle Khanna Responds To Cancer Patient's Note, Says, "I Was Crying"

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"Words are powerful creatures. I wish this brave woman and her children all the strength in the world," wrote Twinkle Khanna in response to a fan's note.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Author and newspaper columnist, Twinkle Khanna, took to her Instagram handle to share a fan's note that left her in tears. Naila, who was diagnosed with last stage terminal cancer sent a message to Twinkle expressing the joy she felt after reading her book 'Mrs. Funnybones'. She said the book healed her in more ways than one. Twinkle Khanna couldn't hold back her tears reading the note and shared a screenshot of the same. She revealed that she wrote back to Naila and said: "Mine gave a stranger joy, hers moved me deeply." Take a look -

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Dad always said I should be a writer: Twinkle Khanna

Twinkle Khanna is now popular among fans for her books and satirical columns and she says her father always knew about her hidden talent. The 43-year-old star, who became India's highest-selling female writer of 2015 with her book 'Mrs Funnybones', says her actor father Rajesh Khanna always wanted her to write. "Dad always said I should be a writer -- was proud of my maggot filled poetry -- would've been beaming that I got that paper in my hand eventually," Twinkle posted on Twitter on, while sharing one of her articles.

(With inputs from PTI)



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