On the occasion of director Tahira Kashyap Khurrana’s birthday, Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre took to Instagram to extend a warm and heartfelt wish to her dear friend. Both sharing a deep bond of friendship, Sonali Bendre celebrated Tahira’s special day with a sweet post.

Sharing a heartwarming moment captured together, Sonali Bendre’s birthday note on Instagram conveyed, “Happiest Birthday Tahira Kashyap.

Sunshine and love your way! Let’s catch up soon.”

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Their friendship has been marked by shared experiences, with both Sonali Bendre and Tahira Kashyap having battled and triumphed over cancer. In 2018, Tahira expressed the profound impact of Sonali’s emotional and inspiring journey on her own life, emphasizing the uplifting spirit she found in Sonali’s story.
Tahira’s note read, “Just a few weeks ago, I read Sonali Bendre’s post and the amazing life condition she exhibits. At that point, I hadn’t discovered my own condition. After reading her post, I made a mental note to emulate the high life state and the invincible spirit that she has. Well the time to do the same came much sooner,”
On the professional front, Tahira Kashyap’s previous directorial venture with the movie ‘Sharmajee Ki Beti’ received acclaim from audiences and also did a decent performance at the box office. The comedy drama film featured the actors Sakshi Tanwar, Divya Dutta, Saiyami Kher, Parvin Dabas, Sharib Hashmi and many others in significant roles.

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