Sussanne Khan posts a picture with Sonali Bendre; calls the actress her ‘force field’
They say true friends are those who stand by you in the face of adversity. We can say that Sonali Bendre who is undergoing treatment for cancer in the US is blessed to have good friends in Sussanne Khan and Gayatri Oberoi. The two ladies have stuck by her through thick and thin making sure that she never feels alone. Sussanne has posted some snaps of them on her Instagram account with a message that reads that as friends they have each other’s back and will overcome all the rough times life has to offer. She says she envisions a bright future for them. We can see Sonali in the snap with a scarf and hat, her smile as radiant as ever. If this does not make you emotional, we don’t know what will. Check out the snaps.
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What I know for sure… I know for sure that no matter what the tide brings in we have each other to carry on our backs n swim safely to the shore… I know for sure in a world filled with question marks these have all my answers… and I definitely know how beautiful the future gonna be…. coz I have them to share it with… my force field @iamsonalibendre, @gayatrioberoi #shibster ♥️♥️♥️♥️👊🏻 #allforone #oneforall ♥️
Days back, Sonali posted a message for her son, Ranveer who celebrated his first birthday away from his mother. He turned a teen and the actress could not contain her amazement at how time flew. The actress was diagnosed with a high grade metastatic tumour after she complained of niggling pain. In a statement, she wrote, “Sometimes, when you least expect it, life throws you a curveball. I have recently been diagnosed with a high grade cancer that has metastised, which we frankly did not see coming. A niggling pain led to some tests, which led to this unexpected diagnosis. My family and close friends have rallied around me, providing the best support system that anyone can ask for. I am very blessed and thankful for each of them.” We hope that she recovers soon and is back in the pink of health.