Ayushmann Khurrana’s wife Tahira Kashyap, just altered the way Badshah Shah Rukh Khan looked at his problems. The actor’s wife who remained unfazed even after being detected with breast cancer, came out in open and spoke about her victory over the dreadful disease. SRK who is hosting TED Talks India Nayi Baat season 2, had Tahira gracing the show, receiving a standing ovation for her brave fight against cancer. King Khan who is a firm believer of hiding his sorrows from the society, learnt the other way from Tahira of letting the world know about it, being completely normal.
Shah Rukh said, “I lost both my parents to cancer. I do not like to show off my problems but Tahira made me realise that it is okay to share. I feel it is necessary to remove the taboo that we need to hide our problems. Instead, come together with your family and figure out a solution.” This response of SRK came after Tahira narrated her story of being detected cancer and her fight against it and the society as well. ALSO READ: WWE Legend John Cena Is As Excited As You For Shah Rukh Khan's Ted Talks, We Have Proof
Tahira was heard saying, “The only reason of coming out is to give the message that early breast cancer detection should be on top of everyone’s minds. Nobody should ignore the symptoms. The idea is not to instil fear but to encourage people to be mindful. This alone can change the mortality rate in India and the world. I am grateful to ‘Ted Talks’ for giving me this opportunity.”
Sharing a promo of the show Twitter handle of Hotstar Canada, wrote, “She’s redefining the meaning of beauty. Watch @tahira_k share her inspiring life story on #TEDTalksIndiaNayiBaat, now streaming on Hotstar. http://bit.ly/TEDTalksIndiaNayiBaatOnHotstarCA …”
Recently Khan celebrated his 54th birthday and continued his phenomenon of waving out to his fans gathered outside his mansion in Bandra, Mannat.
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