Sonali Bendre on Wednesday shared a video collection of her photos with a going with present about needing on look great regardless of the toll doing combating malignancy has gone up against her.

“As part of the entertainment industry, you’re always expected to look good… Maybe that has been ingrained in me?” she wrote.

“Well, it might not be my all-time favorite sin (that would be gluttony), but who doesn’t like looking good?” Sonali Bendre continued. “The way we look has a profound psychological impact on us… A little vanity here and there does no one any harm. It’s important to do what makes you happy, even if it’s something as simple as wearing a wig, bright red lipstick, high heels… All that white noise doesn’t make a difference in the larger picture. No one can tell you what’s right or wrong for you.”

Sonali Bendre’s Instagram Post

 

“Vanity is my favourite sin.” – Al Pacino Well, it might not be my all-time favourite sin (that would be gluttony ?), but who doesn’t like looking good? The way we look has a profound psychological impact on us… A little vanity here and there does no one any harm. It’s important to do what makes you happy, even if it’s something as simple as wearing a wig, bright red lipstick, high heels…. All that white noise doesn’t make a difference in the larger picture. No one can tell you what’s right or wrong for you. When I was testing out the wigs, I had a brief moment of self-doubt… “Am I vain for wanting to look good?” As part of the entertainment industry, you’re always expected to look good… Maybe that has been ingrained in me? But then I gave it a thought and I realized I like looking good for me. If I’m in the mood to wear a scarf, I will. If I want to walk around bald and free, I will. Only you know what would make you feel good, and what works best for you. So take every opportunity you can to #SwitchOnTheSunshine. #OneDayAtATime ?? Thank you @priyankachopra for connecting me with the amazing @bokheehair, who created my new look.

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“When I was testing out the wigs, I had a brief moment of self-doubt… ‘Am I vain for wanting to look good?’ As part of the entertainment industry, you’re always expected to look good… Maybe that has been ingrained in me? But then I gave it a thought and I realized I like looking good for me. If I’m in the mood to wear a scarf, I will. If I want to walk around bald and free, I will. Only you know what would make you feel good, and what works best for you. So take every opportunity you can to #SwitchOnTheSunshine. #OneDayAtATime.”

“As much as we wanted to protect him, we knew it was important to tell him the full facts. We’ve always been open and honest with him and this time it wasn’t going to be different. He took the news so maturely… and instantly became a source of strength and positivity for me. In some situations now, he even reverses roles and takes on being the parent, reminding me of things I need to do!” Sonali Bendre had written.

Sonali Bendre’s husband on Twitter

Sonali Bendre’s husband, Goldie Behl, wrote on Twitter, “Thank you all for the love and support for Sonali. She is stable and is following her treatment without any complications. This is a long journey but we have begun positively.”

Sonali Bendre ended her post by thanking Priyanka Chopra “for connecting me with the amazing @bokheehair, who created my new look.”

“Sometimes, when you least expect it, life throws you a curveball. I have recently been diagnosed with high-grade cancer that has metastasized, 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… I’m taking this battle head-on, knowing I have the strength of my family and friends behind me,” she had written.