Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre, who is back in India after her cancer treatment in New York, is one of the most inspiring and brave souls who give life a different meaning altogether. Right from opening up about her cancer to facing the camera again, the actress has been giving us sweet surprises one day at a time. Today, Sonali Bendre shared a latest picture celebrating her new life after fighting cancer and, we just can't help but admire her strength and bravery.
Sonali Bendre on Sunday tweeted a photograph of herself along with her husband Goldie Behl, their son Ranveer, actor Hrithik Roshan, his former wife Sussanne Khan and their children Hridhaan and Hrehaan Roshan.
"There's a lot that can happen in just seven days. From a wedding celebration, to a required course of hospitalisation and treatment, to a leisurely lunch with loved ones, you have to let go to experience the many shades of life! Thankful, my new normal," Sonali captioned the image.
There’s a lot that can happen in just 7 days! From a wedding celebration, to a required course of hospitalisation & treatment, to a leisurely lunch with loved ones, you’ve to let go to experience the many shades of life! #Thankful #MyNewNormal #OneDayAtATime #SwitchOnTheSunshine pic.twitter.com/qZezCZsz05— Sonali Bendre Behl (@iamsonalibendre) March 17, 2019
Meanwhile, BFF Sussanne Khan shared the same picture on Instagram and wrote,"So Easy like Sunday morning... celebrating sabbath (the day of the week for rest and restoration) ..#grattitude #mytribe #springbreakstarts".
Recently, Sonali Bendre did a photoshoot for Vogue and, also opened up her brave fight with cancer and how she doesn't find her cancer scar ugly anymore.
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The idea was almost preposterous. An almost bald head, barely any make-up and a huge scar was not the norm for @vogue. But, I guess that's my new normal. Of course I had my reservations, and, if I dare say, insecurities - but a candid conversation with the lovely ladies @priya_tanna and @anaitashroffadajania cleared my doubts. And before I knew it, I was standing in front of the camera, ready to uncover my new reality. The icing on the cake was the fact that I needed one-third of the time for hair and make-up😄. So I closed my eyes and jumped into it, full throttle, and this is the result. Thank you, @meghamahindru for telling my story; and thank you @ridburman for understanding my story and saying it so beautifully through your lens. If there's a piece of advice I can give you all after this, it would be to 'Find your new normal'. It's very liberating. Click on the link in the bio to read the full article! #SwitchOnTheSunshine #OneDayAtATime
She expressed her inner feelings by saying that she doesn't miss her hair now but initially she was very much conscious about her hair and always looked out for a cap, wig or scarf to cover her head while posting any picture of hers on social media. When Sonali was asked regarding how she feels while looking at the mirror, she simply said that she had always liked looking glamorous and that she doesn't feel ugly.
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“I’m okay with it now… I don’t even miss it,” says Sonali Bendre Behl (@iamsonalibendre) as she runs her hand neck upwards. “Yet it [my hair] was the be-all, end-all of my life. It was this stupid thing that I was hanging on to,” she shares. “My instinct was to wear a cap, a scarf or a wig—but these things are so ugly. I knew that if I had to accept it [going bald], I had to put a picture out there. Because once you share it on social media, you can feel the release.” Head to the link in our bio to read how she emerged stronger with a little help from family, friends and fans. Styled by: Anaita Shroff Adajania (@anaitashroffadajania) Photographed by: R Burman (@ridburman)
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