Tahira Kashyap celebrates with hubby Ayushmann Khurrana after final chemo

Ayushmann Khurrana’s wife Tahira Kashyap was diagnosed with breast cancer and she has just finished her final session of chemotherapy. Yesterday, she celebrated her last day of chemo with Ayushmaan and the nurses of the hospital.

Tahira shared  series of fun-filled pictures on her social media handle.

Sharing a heart-warming picture with the nurses, Tahira wrote, "Can’t keep calm!!! Last and final chemo! Fuck yesss!! It’s been some journey. The learning has been immense, some of which, I know, I will realise with time. Thank you to each one who has been praying for me! Lots of love and prayers from my end to each one of you! My heart is bouncing with joy and gratitude."

Dressed in black crop top and shorts, Tahita Kashyap shared couple of her pictures, enjoying her last day of chemo.

In September last year, Tahira announced that she has been diagnosed with 0 stage breast cancer. She broke the shocking news very sportingly. Tahira spoke to Mumbai Mirror about the early signs of breast cancer and the diagnosis process. 

“I started feeling heavy in my right breast and silly enough, I was happy about it. I didn’t know what I had done right that the Gods became generous and my one breast decided to grow at the age of 35. But the same wasn’t happening to my left. I waited patiently for a couple of days, waiting for lightning to strike and the miracle to happen for the left one too. No such luck!” she wrote.

“I had once heard that if you talk to your plants, they grow. Breasts are no different. They grow, become ripe and full and then droop. So, I had long monologue sessions in the bathroom, waiting patiently for my left breast to grow too, leaving me pretty disappointed. Before I could search the internet about how to grow the size of only one breast, I started getting a secretion. That did it! Sir Google could wait, she added.

In November, in an emotional post she declared that she has been diagnosed with stage one breast cancer.

In an inspirational post along with a photograph that has her wearing an orange t-shirt with ‘f*#k cancer’ written on it, she wrote, “That’s what you do when cancer shows up. You show it the way out! It is a tough phase to be in, but then I would have never known my own strength, which is inherent in each one of us, and which we come to know off when tested. Like I said before, let’s choose to be the heroes of our own drama of life.

“I strongly believe if an obstacle comes in your life it is for you to deal with it, overcome it, beat the shit out of it and become a better version of yourself, which could be a bit worn out but would be experienced, a bit tattered but wiser, a bit left out but more to bring forth, a bit handicapped but better equipped!”

“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. Hence the cap look nowadays????,” she added.