Manisha Koirala totally disappeared from films. She recently fought and recuperated from ovarian cancer. Post her successful chemotherapy, she seems desperate to spread spiritual lessons and peace among people. She is now penning her experience of struggle with illness. Taking her vitalism a step further, the actress has also decided to present her biography in the way that will take readers through her ordeal with the disease. She intends to convert her writings into an autobiography book for which she is in talks with few publishers. She is also planning to name it as her Memoir.
Manisha earlier posted on Facebook saying: "Doing my best n leaving rest to Bhagwan...I noticed surrendering gives peace...Learning a lot through this process..Actually most of my spiritual learnings are no more a concept but now all are being experienced..actualised!! Is it a curse or by default a wish come true? Would be writing my thoughts n this process of discovery in my autobiography.. I think I am ready now for it...There is lot to achieve. Again n again thank you namann ji. you are the best teacher one can have..Wisdom, compassion n humbleness personified..I am blessed."
The actress underwent surgery in New York in December 2012 and had her first chemotherapy session in January. Koirala, who got fame in the ‘90s with films such as ‘1942: A Love Story’ and Mani Ratnam's Bombay, made a comeback in 2012 with Ram Gopal Varma's ‘Bhoot’ Returns after her divorce with Samrat Dahal.