Hrithik Roshan‘s sister is composing a blog to account her battle with diabetes, sadness, disease and furthermore a separation. Sunaina, who calls herself a survivor and not a casualty, wishes to impart her encounters to the world.
Welcome back to twitter didi. Give my sister some love guys 🙂 she’s not just a survivor but a hero to all of us in the family. So proud of you didi. @Sunainaroshan22
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) April 12, 2018
— Rakesh Roshan (@RakeshRoshan_N) April 18, 2018
As indicated by a report in Mumbai Mirror, she composed separate parts on the pretended by every individual from her family in her snapshots of need. She said her family was dependably close by yet it was dependably on her to decide on needing to recoup.
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) September 7, 2017
Sunaina beat cervical growth in 2014 and needs to move the world with her story through stages like TEDTalks. “I need to move individuals over the globe. In the event that the blog is a win possibly, I’ll think about a book and go on a show like Ted Talks. I need to tell individuals that I am a survivor, and not a casualty,” she said.
Her sibling Hrthik is Sunaina’s greatest motivation. Hrithik endured huge damage to his cerebrum while shooting for 2014’s Bang, which was trailed by a noteworthy surgery. After four years, he is fit as ever and working in full limit in new motion pictures. Seeing her sibling, Sunaina additionally chose to pick a more beneficial way of life, join an exercise center, exercise and in the end lost gobs of weight. Glad sibling Hrithik even posted her ‘before-after’ picture on Twitter.
“I’ve begun Zumba which I truly appreciate and a stroll for a hour consistently. I’d love to lose a couple more kilos and tone up a bit. However, that will happen soon,” Sunaina said.
Not simply Hrithik and Sunaina, their folks Rakesh and Pinkie are additionally enormous devotees of remaining sound and consuming calories at the rec center. Their mom consistently post recordings from he exercise center exercise on her Instagram page.