New Delhi: Hrithik Roshan's elder sister Sunaina, who trended big time last year for her extreme transformation, has shared her life experiences in a blog, Mumbai Mirror reports. Sunaina Roshan has been through a broken marriage, battled depression, diabetes, hypertension and was diagnosed with cervical cancer some years ago. In her blog, Ms Roshan said that she's a 'survivor' and her family has always been by her side. "My family has always been by my side through everything, but first you need to make up your mind to fight and overcome the difficulties. Nobody can really help you but yourself," she wrote, Mumbai Mirror reports.
- "Nobody can really help you but yourself," Sunaina Roshan wrote
- "I want to tell people that I am a survivor, and not a victim," she added
- She is Hrithik's elder sister
"Life is beautiful so why waste it in tears. When your problems become too much for you, just tune into another channel which is airing a happy version of what's happening," she wrote in her blog.
Sunaina Roshan fought and overcame cervical cancer in 2014. Later, she wrote a pictorial biography on father Rakesh Roshan, titled To Dad With Love.
Last September, Hrithik had shared a 'then and now' picture of his sister and her extreme transformation was worth inspiring. "Now that's what I call a transformation. So, so proud of you didi," Hrithik wrote adding the hashtags, 'keep going,' 'impossible is nothing.'
Fitness is definitely what the Roshans believe in. Hrithik's parents are also fitness freak. Rakesh Roshan earlier revealed his fitness regime and later, we saw his wife Pinkie Roshan's workout pictures and videos. Sunaina Roshan too has mentioned about it in her blog and said that she aspires to follow Hrithik. "My parents also work out but I need a little bit of push to go into the gym and start training. I've started Zumba which I really enjoy and a walk for an hour every day. I'd love to lose a couple more kilos and tone up a bit. But that will happen soon," she wrote, reports Mumbai Mirror.
"I want to inspire people across the globe. If the blog is a success maybe, I'll think of a book and go on a show like Ted Talks. I want to tell people that I am a survivor, and not a victim," she concludes.