Sonali Bendre Diagnosed With High Grade Cancer, Posted An Emotional Message On Twitter

Sonali Bendre tells cancer itself, on social media- The treatment is going on in New York


Sonali was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai last month. The news came to him about the singing problem.


Sonali Bendre has told through Instagram a post that he has become a high grade cancer. He is undergoing treatment in New York. However, they did not tell what kind of cancer they are. According to media reports, his cancer is in the fourth stage. Last month, he was admitted to Hinduja Healthcare Hospital in Mumbai. The news came to him about the singing problem. After this he went to New York for treatment. Sonali was married to film director Goldie Behl in November 2002. The 13-year-old son of both is Ranveer.


Sonali wrote in her post – Life gives googly


Sonali wrote in her post, “Sometimes when you do not have any expectations, life gives you a googly. A recent report revealed that I have high grade cancer. We had no idea about this till now, my family and my friends are close to me, all are supporting me and taking care. I am lucky and thank everyone. There is no better way to fight this much than this. I am currently in treatment in New York, I am optimistic and will fight with all the troubles that come in the way. I am so grateful for that. ”


The critical condition of the spread of the tumor


According to Dr. Sandeep Jusu, a medical ecologist, “Tumor spreads rapidly in high grade cancer, it is very aggressive in the tumor, in which part of the body is it, what is the age of the patient Treatment is determined based on what is the stage of high grade. ”


Sonali’s Bollywood career


born January 1, 1975, Sonali Bendre started her career with modeling. They were selected for ‘Stardust Talent Search’. From the film ‘Fire’ in 1994, he stepped into Bollywood as an actress. Bhai (1997), Sarfarosh (1999), Jakhar, Duplicate, We Are Along With (1999), Dil Hai Dil Mein (2000), Tera Mein stayed together and his work was appreciated in Anahat (2003).

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