KATHMANDU: Renowned cine artists Manisha Koirala has said that she got victory over death. Speaking at a program in the Capital on Friday the actress, who made entry in Bolly-wood and established as a popular artist, Koirala said that she got victory over death as she believed that cancer is synonymous to death.
“I am standing in front of you as a proof that the war against cancer could be won,” she added. Koirala, who attended the first public program after two years, informed participants about her struggle.
Manisha, who was staying with his father after her relations with his husband became complicated, diagnosed as suffering from Cancer and underwent treatment in United States.
I returned back to home after treatment as my positive though and will-power helped me to overcome from the disease. “My family and well-wishers continuously encouraged me in my fight to cancer,” she added.
The lifestyle of Manisha also changed as she informed that she wakes up at four am and does regular yoga and meditation. Manisha informed her story of struggle as a chief guest in an international conference about prevention of cancer disease jointly organized in the Capital by Nepal Cancer Society, American Cancer Society and Binayayatra Foundation.
“If cancer was diagnosed in the beginning it could be cured. Similarly, we should develop the capacity to fight with the disease,” she added. She also informed that the doctors have suggested her to take rest for six to seven more months. “After the rest I will return to acting as that is my field.”
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