Battling Cancer is never easy. From time to time, people have come forward to share their cancer struggle. Be it Manisha Koirala or Sonali Bendre or Tahira Kashyap, these vocal voices about cancer made one point very clear – Cancer struggle is anything but easy.
Recently another brave soul, Divvya Chouksey, took to Instagram to share how she lost her battle to cancer.
Actress and model Divvya Chouksey took her last breath on Sunday after a long battle with cancer. A day before her final goodbye, the actress took to social media to share her medical condition with her friends and followers.
Divya did several television shows like MTV Making the Cut 2, MTV True Life, MTV True Life, MTV Bakra, Sony’s CID, Channel V – It’s complicated and many others. She did commercials that include brands like Nokia, Roopam, etc. She was also part of promotions for IPL team Pune Warriors, UTV Bindass, and M Tunes.
Divya Chouksey played the role of Sanya Dalwani, an elegant and classy designer in the film “Hai Apna Dil Toh Awara” which made its appearance on the silver screen in 2016.
In her last heart-wrenching note that she posted a few hours before her death, Divvya wrote,
“Guys, I have been hospitalised, not in the state to even talk. My cancer is killing me. Pray for my easy passing. Sorry just unable to reply. love to all (sic).”
Hours before her death, Divvya shared a message on her Instagram stories, in which she said she was on her ‘deathbed’. She wrote,
“Words cannot suffice what I want to convey, the more the less, since it’s been months am absconded and bombarded with Plethora of messages, it’s time I tell you guys, I’m on my deathbed. sh*t happens, I’m strong af. be there another life of non sufering. No questions please. only god knows how much you mean to Me (sic).”
Her death was later confirmed by her cousin and friends on social media.
Divvya’s friend and TV actor Sahil Anand also paid tribute to the late actress on Instagram. In a shared note, he wrote,
“Ul be missed badly by ur bhaiya @divvyachouksey …. ur passion, ur dream, ur go getter attitude, ur positivity towards our industry was unmatched to anyone I have met but maybe god had some other plans for u …I m sure you are in a better place now and in peace …ur bhaiya loves you and will always love you ….I miss u DC ….you will always be alive in my memories and in my heart (sic).”