"Whenever I see a cancer patient today it is like reliving the moment. I am affected in any which ways," said Manisha Koirala
"Hardika a young girl suffers from cancer and has a wish to meet me. I comply and we meet. She is pretty and gentle and moves with an oxygen container. It is most difficult to confront the innocence of pain and lost hope"
"I will be attending Bipasha's mehendi ceremony. But it feels terrible that I won't be able to make it for the reception. Nevertheless she (Bipasha) deserves all the happiness," said Shilpa Shetty, who has been invited to Nairobi to perform for a charity event for an NGO helping cancer patients
Megha Patil from Mumbai is a mother of two
Manisha Koirala, who hails from Nepal and emerged a star in Bollywood and then survived cancer, does not approve of the kind of portrayal that cancer patients get in Hindi films.
As Indian cinema is celebrating its 100 years, 'Uff Yoo Maa', a fundraiser show for cancer patients, will witness Bollywood veterans like Waheeda Rehman, Asha Parekh and Javed Akhtar recollecting iconic elements of the 100 years of Indian cinema in 100 minutes.
Cancer patients in danger of losing their makeshift shelters on the pavement outside a Mumbai hospital have found a champion in actor Salman Khan.
Junior B had personally signed the T-shirt for an organisation that works with children suffering from a heart condition.
At Rs 2 per consultation, Salman Khan has opened up the medical camp right opposite his house in Mumbai.