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Cancer Survivors Day: Sonali Bendre Writes ‘Didn’t let the C-Word Define my Life’

She shared a then and now collage, comprising a photo of her recent self and one from when she was undergoing chemotherapy.

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Actor Sonali Bendre-(Photo: @iamsonalibendre/Instagram)

Mumbai: Actor Sonali Bendre opened up on what kept her strong during her battle with cancer in a powerful post on the occasion of Cancer Survivors Day on Sunday (June 6).

Taking to her official Instagram handle, the Sarfarosh actor who was diagnosed with metastatic cancer in July 2018, wrote, ”How time flies… today when I look back, I see strength, I see weakness but most importantly I see the will to not let the C word define how my life will be after it… You create the life you choose. The journey is what you make of it… so remember to take #OneDayAtATime and to #SwitchOnTheSunshine #CancerSurvivorsDay”.

 

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Along with it, she shared a then and now collage, comprising a photo of her recent self and one from when she was undergoing chemotherapy.

On World Cancer Day this year, Sonali Bendre wrote: “Your journey is going to be hard but try to fight it with hope and remember to switch on the sunshine and take one day at a time.”

 

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On the professional front, Sonali Bendre was last seen as a judge on the TV show India’s Best Dramebaaz. Sonali Bendre is best known for movies such as Hum Saath Saath Hai, Sarfarosh, Diljale, among others.

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