Sonali Bendre shines as ever on Harper’s Bazaar magazine cover, see pics


Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre who was undergoing cancer treatment in New York is currently in Mumbai for the last few months.

Sonali Bendre shines as ever on Harper’s Bazaar magazine

The actress has recently shot for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia magazine and she graced it in her own style.

Sonali posed for the magazine for April 2019 issue and slayed as cover girl.

The actress shares the picture from her photoshoot and captioned it as, “There’s no one way to tell how our experiences change us or shape us. Not all transformations are visible. What I’ve learnt is to never let it hold me back. I‘d rather dress up and show up! That’s how I would describe my shoot for the @bazaarindia cover.”

The offical page of Harper Bazaar magazine has shared a picture of Sonali from the shoot and captioned it as, “When I shaved my hair, my friends asked me to keep it, maybe make my own wig out of it, but I wanted the old hair to go, it was not mine. I wanted to let go. I think I hid a lot under my long hair”.

Sonali Bendre shines as ever on Harper’s Bazaar magazine

They posted one more pic and captioned it as, “I had started listening to my body a lot more attentively now. And it is a new normal, a new journey. I tell women who have gone through cancer that healing from it requires receiving care, receiving support, letting friends and family rally around us. It is my time to receive,”

During her interview with the magazine, Sonali opened up about her battle with cancer and why she made her diagnosis public. She said, “I did not want speculation and pity. I framed it, made sure my family, including my 12-year-old son, read every word. I had not planned to continue posting about it, but the responses were overwhelming.”

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Further, the actress also shared that despite the shocking news, she never thought of death. “But the thought of death didn’t come to me. I thought this was going to be a long struggle, but I never thought I’d die,” said Sonali.