Sonali Bendre pens message for Goldie Behl on their wedding anniversary, calls him 'my pillar of strength'
Sonali Bendre has penned a heartfelt message for her husband, filmmaker Goldi Behl on their 17th wedding anniversary
On her 17th wedding anniversary, actress Sonali Bendre has penned a heartfelt message for her husband, filmmaker Goldi Behl. In the Instagram post, Sonali Bendre writes about the struggles the couple went through last year during her cancer treatment and what that experience meant not only to her but to Goldie as well.
Taking to Instagram, the 44-year-old actor posted photos from their celebration in Ataman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
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This day, last year... we were in New York at the hospital. Since then, the Bendre-Behls have identified two time periods - B.C. (Before Cancer) and A.C. (After Cancer). Lately, my motto has been to move on & keep trying new things, and detoxing and rejuvenating is on top of the list. So on the occasion of our 17th wedding anniversary, I thought let’s take a break and go on a road trip to @atmantan. Before Cancer, Goldie would have never agreed to something like this but I love how he's changed 😄 He has put everything on standby and has been focusing so much on me... and now I'm turning the focus back on him. P.S. Happy Anniversary @goldiebehl, I love you more than you could imagine... thank you for being my pillar of strength in health & sickness... literally!
The actor also shared a heartfelt message reminiscing about the same day last year. She recalled her stint in hospital in New York. Since that time, the Bendre-Behls (Sonali Bendre's and Goldie Behl's family) have identified two periods - "B.C (Before Cancer) and A.C. (After Cancer)".
The actor wrote that of late, her motto has been to move on and keep trying new things with detoxing and rejuvenating topping her list. The Sarfarosh actor goes on to add that earlier her husband would not have agreed for a road trip to Atmantan but now things have changed.
"He has put everything on standby and has been focusing so much on me... and now I'm turning the focus back on him", she writes. While concluding the heartfelt message she adds, "Thank you for being my pillar of strength in health & sickness."
(With inputs from Asian News International)
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