& # 39; He gets out of it as a winner & # 39;

adminJanuary 9, 2019

New Delhi:

Manisha Koirala, who fought cancer, said the filmmaker Rakesh Roshan, who has been diagnosed with skeletal cell carcinoma in the throat (or neck cancer), will fight out the life-threatening disease and get out of it as a "winner". Manisha Koirala told the new agency IANS on the sidelines of her book start in Mumbai, "I can only say one thing that is a way out. One should not give up because there is treatment available for this disease. He will get out of it who wins and I will ask God to come out of it as a winner. "On Tuesday, Hrithik Roshan shared the news of social media that Rakesh Roshan was diagnosed with neck cancer at an early stage and will undergo surgery for the same. After the operation on Tuesday, Rakesh Roshan said in a text message that he is ok and will be emptied on Friday. "I feel good, thank you. Surgery is done and everything is fine. God is great. I'm going to be back home on Friday or Saturday," Rakesh Roshan wrote to IANS.

Rakesh Roshan had a special appearance in Manisha Koirala's 1995 film Akele Hum Akele Tum, which also contained Aamir Khan. Rakesh Roshan didn't have a full look in any of Manisha's movies.

Manisha Koirala autobiography titled Health: How cancer gave me a new life, highlights her struggle with ovarian cancer and several other aspects of her personal and professional life. When he talked about the time when she was diagnosed with cancer in 2012, the 48-year-old actress said: "When I was diagnosed with cancer at that time, I was traumatized, but when I look back I feel it has given me a new perspective See life in a different light and lots of hope for many things in life. It also made me realize how important my life and health is to me. "

After her cancer diagnosis, Manisha Koirala took a break from shopping and fleeing to the US where she underwent treatment for the disease. After a period of four years, Manisha made a comeback in Bollywood with age Dear Maya. "I feel that it was a kind of gift for me from life. When we face some difficulties, we are upset about it, but I feel that there are difficulties in our lives to teach us something we didn't know about ourselves. something good in return, "she said.

On the work front, Manisha Koirala was last seen in Rajkummar Hirani Sanju where she played the role of Sanjay Dutts mother Nargis. She also appeared in Netflix anthology Lusthistorier in the segment directed by Dibakar Bannerjee. She is currently shooting for Hindi remake of Prasthaanam, which also stars Jackie Shroff.

(With inputs from IANS)

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