Sonali Bendre put out a post on Friendship Day which had
Sussanne Khan and Gayatri Oberoi posing with the actress. In the note, she
spoke about how she is looking for every opportunity to find joy and thanked
friends for standing by her.
Now, Sussanne and Gayatri along with Dia Mirza have come together to talk about the ailing actress. They also spoke about books and friendship among other things during the chat.
For those who missed the post, here’s what she wrote, “This is me. And in this moment, I am really happy. People give me strange looks when I say that now, but it's true and I'll tell you why. I am now paying attention to every moment, looking for every opportunity to find joy and #SwitchOnTheSunshine. Yes, there are moments of pain and low energy, but I am doing what I like, spending time with people I love, and feeling very loved and happy. I am extremely grateful to my friends, my pillars of strength, who at a moment's notice, arrived to be with me and help me through this. In between their busy schedules they find time to visit, call, message, FaceTime... basically never leaving a moment for me to feel alone. Thank you for showing me what true friendship is. #HappyFriendshipDay, ladies. Blessed to have you all in my life (including the ones not in the picture... You know who you are) @gayatrioberoi @suzkr P.S. Nowadays I spend far less time getting ready because I don't have to fuss over my hair! #BaldIsBeautiful #FindThePositive #OneDayAtATime Picture credit: @hrithikroshan.”
On July 4, Sonali broke the unfortunate news that she is battling high-grade cancer. Days later, she shared her first pictures from New York with her new hair cut. On July 20, the actress uploaded an emotional post where she told well-wishers about she broke the news of the dreaded C to her son.
SpotboyE.com asked Sonali’s sister-in-law, Shrishti Arya, about how is she was doing and we were told that the actress is staying strong. It requires great courage to stay strong in such adversity of health. But Sonali has been a classic case in point of a true fighter.