Bollywood Celebrities Who Won The Battle Against Cancer

As soon as the news revealed about Sonali Bendre’s high-grade cancer, it left a shockwaves among her fans and whole B-town. Her Bollywood colleagues, friends and fans, everyone is praying for her well-being and wishing her on social media channels for her speedy recovery. Even Sonali too is doing a good job to beat her disease. Recently, she got a short haircut. It doesn’t matter that she has long hair or short hair, she is looking very pretty in that hairstyle also.

Bollywood actress, Sonali Bendre is undergoing the cancer treatment in New York. She is active via social media to clear all rumours about her for keeping her fans and new media updated. She recently update a very emotional post on Instagram, in which she shared her new look with a new haircut. She is going through a tough time but she doesn’t let it appear on her face.

Let me tell you this is the first instance when we hear about Bollywood celebrity beating high-grade cancer. Many B-town actor and actresses have battled with this monster like disease cancer, and triumph over it.

Have a look at those Bollywood celebrities who battled with cancer and got the victory:

Lisa Ray

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It was a shocking news, when in 2009 everyone came to know that Bollywood charming actress Lisa ray diagnosed with cancer of plasma cells. Despite she kept her disease a personal affair. She revealed about her struggle after her recovery. Now various B-town celebrities serving a number of help campaigns for raising alertness about cancer among people.

Yuvraj Singh

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In 2011, a renowned star of Indian Cricket won the title of Player of the Tournament’ in World Cup. And after that a shocking news burst the web about Yuvraj Singh’s first grade Lung Cancer. He endured chemotherapy in U.S. and back to India in 2012. He underwent chemotherapy in the United States and returned to India in March 2012. The same year in 2012, he restarted enrobing the team blue jersey. Yuvraj Singh came back as a tough individual and also wrote about his struggle in his documentary book ‘The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back’.

Manisha Koirala

Manisha Koirala - Cancer - Newzito News

Bollywood Actress Manisha Koirala who was also playing the role of Sanjay Dutt’s mother Nargis in movie Sanju, who was a sensational actress in 90s diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the year 2012. But, she did not let it affect her life, she fought with bravery and got triumph over her disease. Though she post her bald photograph on social media to keep motivated people and raise awareness about this disease. After her recovery, she came back with a bang in a recent releases film ‘Sanju’ as a role of Sanju’s mother, Nargis Dutt.

Anurag Basu

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The superhit film Barfi and Gangster is directed by a marvelous director Anurag Basu, who not only direct beautiful films but also succeeded as a survivor of monster disease cancer. Post being analyzed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia in the year 2004, he battled with it bravely and came out as a rock star.

Ayaan-Son of B’town Actor Imran Hashmi

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Ayaan might not be Bendre’s colleague in Bollywood, but the Bollywood actor Imran Hashmi burst with tears when Ayaan diagnosed with cancer. The Murder Star Imran shared with media that his son Ayaan diagnosed with a very rare kind of cancer, but he fought with bravely and managed to overcome it.

Hats Off to these Superstars, who battled with this disease and inspired us in a different way. So, don’t you worry Sonali, our warm wishes and lots of blessings are with you. Keep on beating cancer and don’t allow it to win over you.

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