Manisha Koirala is inspiring for many people, from writing about her war against cancer, with her motivational dialogue. Manisha Koirala, who had inspired many lives and worked in films such as 'Sanju' and 'Last Stories', had engaged herself in writing. He says that his fight with cancer has made him a better actor. He talked to the media after asking about the change in his attitude towards acting.
Manisha said, "Now I am putting more minds on everything. Yes, I have experienced life and in this way I can say that I have become a better actor by winning the battle against cancer. "He said," I know that these days, when I hear a story or character I go to the depths of it, I try to connect with my character's mind and this is the nuances I was looking for. "
Manisha recently released her first book, 'Heed: How Caner Gave Me a New Life' published by Penguin Random House. Meanwhile, Bollywood personalities like Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Mahesh Bhatt, Anupam Kher, Gulshan Grover, Imtiaz Ali, Rekha and Ketan Mehta were present here. The 47-year-old actress said, "Now, when I look at the story, I do not see the length of my character. Now I just see what my character is saying. It does not matter to me that my character should be of only five scenes. "
Manisha has won the battle with ovary cancer in 2012. He said, "Look, there are some moments, which I do not want to go in deep to remember again because even today when I think about them, I get depressed. So when I was writing a book, I was struggling..I raised my hand during this time so that I could avoid remembering them. Although my publishers were very collaborative and I completed the book. "