"After my chemotherapy, I lost my hair, eye brows and lashes. Looking at the mirror, I felt like an alien," said Manisha Koirala
"Whenever I see a cancer patient today it is like reliving the moment. I am affected in any which ways," said Manisha Koirala
Manisha Koirala said: "I want to be there for the child, and I'll make sure that I plan my life around this"
"Well this movie has an interesting script. This is not my second innings. I was always here. And I am around, but yes I will do one film in a year," said Manisha Koirala
"It is not true to say that the entire country is intolerant. There are certain sections in the society may be. I believe in our culture and traditions. We should do the right things. There is a beauty in it. I also believe in the freedom of expression," said Manisha
The actress was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012 but has successfully recovered
A cancer scare caused by an intimidating white patch in his mouth had all of actor Om Puri's friends and well-wishers worried after the report of the physical irregularity was out.
Comedian Kapil Sharma will attend a charity event in aid of cancer, organised by cricketer Yuvraj Singh in London on Monday.
The actress says that when she overcomes her fear of relapse, she will adopt a baby girl.
Actress Manisha Koirala, who was earlier diagnosed with ovarian cancer and has now recovered, says there is always a fear the disease may recur but she believes in being positive in life.
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.
Bollywood actress and a cancer survivor Manisha Koirala has joined hands with Sahachari Foundation to raise funds for cancer survivor. She says support in any form helps the healing process.