Sonali Bendre returns to India, husband says 'she is recovering very well'

Sonali Bendre returns to India, husband says 'she is recovering very well'

Sonali Bendre returns to India, husband says 'she is recovering very well'

Sonali Bendre is back to where her heart belongs, her home, and she could not be more excited.

Sonali, known for films like "Sarfarosh", "Hum Saath-Saath Hain" and "Duplicate", has been putting up a courageous fight against metastatic cancer for months.

Since then, from time to time, the actor has been sharing about her struggles and her courageous way of battling the illness on social media.

Sonali who married to film producer Goldie Behl, announced earlier this year that she was diagnosed with a high grade cancer. The fearless soul that Sonali is, she carried her bald look with much elan and elegance. Ms Bendre and her husband Goldie Behl were photographed at the Mumbai airport on Monday morning, where Goldie Behl told ANI that Sonali's treatment is complete for now but she will have regular check-ups.

Few months ago, Sonali Bendre gave shock to everyone when she revealed that she had been diagnosed with high-grade cancer that has metastised. She has been undergoing treatment in NY for a while now.

Sonali radiating optimism was dressed in a blue and black attire.

Recently on the occasion of her 16th wedding day, Sonali Bendre posted an emotional note for her husband and called him, "Husband".

Sonali made the announcement via a social media post, which included a message and a photograph in which she looked all set for the journey. Like any other patient, she will have to go for regular checkups.

She added that "I'm happy and looking forward to this happy interval". "It's a feeling I can't describe in words but I'm going to try", read an excerpt from Sonali's post. "The fight is not yet over.but I'm happy and looking forward to this happy interval". The doctors have advised her rest and she returns to Mumbai as she misses the city and her friends and family here.

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