Thursday, January 10, 2013 17:43 IST
Actress Manisha Koirala says her ongoing treatment for ovarian cancer in New York, has helped her realise her spiritual learnings.
She reveals that she is planning to share her moments of struggle through an autobiography.
"Doing my best and leaving rest to bhagwan (god). I noticed, surrendering gives peace. Learning a lot through this process... actually most of my spiritual learnings are no more a concept, but now all are being experienced... actualised," Manisha posted on her Facebook page.
"Is it a curse or a by default a wish come true? Would be writing my thoughts on this process of discovery in my autobiography. I think I am ready now for it. There is lot to achieve," she added.
The 42-year-old, who hails from an influential family in Nepal, established space for herself with films like "Saudagar", "Bombay" and "Lajja".
She underwent her first session of chemotherapy earlier this month.
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