Tahira Kashyap goes bald post cancer treatment, pens empowering message  

It’s been a few months since Ayushmann Khurrana's wife Tahira Kashyap has been battling cancer. After being diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer last year, Tahira recently finished her final session of chemotherapy. And the star wife has been putting up a fierce battle against cancer. After her long treatment, Tahira has finally bid adieu to her hair extension and gone bald

Tahira Kashyap goes bald post cancer treatment, pens empowering post

Ayushmann Khurrana’s wife Tahira Kashyap has taken to Instagram once again to update us with her fight against cancer. After finishing up the chemotherapy sessions, she has gone the Sonali Bendre way, chopping off her long hair.

Tahira Kashyap has shared new pictures on social media that show her with her head shaved. She has been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Tahira wrote in her post that she took the step after hair extensions got too irritating for her to manage. “Hello world! That’s a new me with the old self! Was getting tired of the extensions, so this is how it is and it’s so liberating in every sense of the word, so much so that I don’t have to duck the shower while bathing or while picking up the soap! I never thought I would go bald, was stretching my time with the good ol’ cap for too long. But this feels so good #breastcancerawareness #baldisbeautiful #selflovenomatterwhat,” she captioned the pictures.

In the photos, she is seen striking a stylish pose in a blue T-shirt and big sunglasses.

Her husband, Ayushman re-tweeted Tahira’s photograph and called her a ‘hottie.’

A few months ago, Tahira shared that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had to go through 12 rounds of chemotherapy and as one of the side-effects of chemo, she started losing her hair.

In September 2018, Tahira Kashyap Khurrana shared that she was diagnosed with Stage 0 breast cancer. Later in November, she shared, “So now the upgraded version of myself is dealing with cancer stage 1 a, which is still a result of early detection. I’ll be going through 12 sessions of chemotherapy. 6 down, and another 6 left.”

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