Chhavi Mittal revealed that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this month. Since then, she has been regularly updating her Instagram followers on her cancer battle.
Actress Chhavi Mittal, who recently revealed that she is battling breast cancer, has also discussed how she is keeping a positive attitude about her situation. She also continues to share photos and videos of herself living her life while battling the illness. In the most recent, the actor posted a video of herself dancing in her hospital room.
Chhavi shared a video of herself dancing to Bop Daddy, a song by Falz featuring Ms Banks, on her Instagram account on Sunday. After the doctor asked her to relax, the actor decided to dance as part of her preparation for her upcoming breast cancer surgery, according to the caption. “Doc said, Chhavi…. You need to chill!” she wrote. So I’m unwinding. #surgerypreparation.” She also included #staypositive and #breastcancer hashtags.
“Just gearing up for tomorrow morning (monkey with closed eyes emoji),” Chhavi said in the video, which began with her dancing to the song. However, while the screen read “Got taught (zipped mouth emoji),” the actor abruptly stopped dancing in the video. She then shifted the camera to her husband, Mohit Hussein, who mocked her by imitating her dance moves.
The post drew a lot of attention from Chhavi’s fans and industry friends, who expressed their support and best wishes for her surgery. “Tightt Red heart emojis were commented on by Nisha Rawal. “You are a rockstar!!!” wrote Aarti Khetarpal.
“Lots of love and prayers..#Get well soon…” wrote a fan. “You going to go through it smoothly #best wishes,” one person said, while another added, “You going to go through it smoothly #best wishes.” “You are such an inspiration,” one person wrote. Many blessings and prayers for tomorrow.”
Chhavi revealed her breast cancer diagnosis on Instagram earlier this month, saying she’s doing so to raise awareness. “I’m horrified at the number of women who go through it,” she had written. If I can contribute in any way to early cancer detection for women… Emotional trauma is also a challenge for women fighting breast cancer. I’d like to show women that it doesn’t have to be so traumatic emotionally. You should be optimistic if you have a good chance.”