Actor Nafisa Ali Sodhi on Saturday shared an old video of her after she underwent surgery for cancer in 2019.
Nifa previously revealed that she was diagnosed with peritoneal cancer in November 2018.
A Smiling Warrior
Taking on Instagram, she used a clip, in which she appeared to be assisted by hospital staff after the long surgery as she smiled at the camera.
She wrote in the post, “This was me 2 years ago after my major Peritoneal cancer surgery. The doctors, the medical team that took care of me and the hospital were amazing as it gave me courage. I’m happy and celebrating life today with my wonderful family. # Cancer # release.”
Nafis fans took the stage to comment on her bravery.
One fan wrote, “ur bounce back is exemplary and inspiring”, and another said, “I love you! I’m glad to see you celebrate with your wonderful family”.
The third commented, “Maam, Hats off to you … I wish you all the best.” The fourth said, “You are very strong !!”
Prior to her surgery in February 2019, Nafisa had shared a photo of herself with her family members. She had written, “Off for my operation with my family gang.” She was declared cancer-free later that year.
Commenting on her struggles during that time, Nafisa had said in 2019, “I still have to get tested every three months and it will still be five years before cancer is in remission, but good reason to get champagne. ”
‘You Win Some, You Lose Some’
Last year, she revealed that he had been diagnosed with leucoderma. She had seen white spots on her skin while undergoing chemotherapy.
In an Instagram post in 2020, Nafisa had written, “Ever since my chemotherapy I started noticing white patches on my neck area … now being by the sea and getting a tan ,I can tell it’s on my face too . Such is life … you win some and loose some…”
That’s the way life is … you gain some and release others … “
The second wave of Covid-19 affected Nafisa as it infected her daughter Pia, son-in-law Kshitij Khemka and two-year-old grandson Ayaan.
Nafisa had said she is currently in Goa and plans on staying there till the situation in Delhi improves.