Indian actor Ivan Kahan, who starred in Slumdog Millionaire and Teenage Pi's Fantasy Drift, died on the 29th. After being diagnosed with rare disease, he often shared his feelings of resistance in the community, warm and firm.
On April 29th, Irrfan Khan, a 53-year-old Indian Bollywood actor who died of cancer, has starred in films such as Slumdog Millionaire, Teenage Pi's Fantasy Drift and Jurassic World, and has been diagnosed with an endocrine tumour in 2018. (Extended Reading: Revisiting The Fantasy Drift of Teen PI: We have choices even in the most difficult times)
Life is the end of life is to keep down. But the most painful thing is that there is no good way.
Life is an act of letting go, but what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say goodbye
- "Fantasy Rafting of Teen Pi"
Photo : "Teenage Pi's Fantasy Drift"
After being diagnosed with the disease, Ivankasaid said he would face the disease in a brave and calm way, and in the two years he continued to bet all his passion in the film, while participating in the treatment. Despite his tragic death on the 29th, he posted several times on Twitter about his attitude to his illness, and the words were warm and firm.
The death of well-known movie stars as the new coronavirus epidemic rages around the world has left many fans in a state of low mood, but perhaps we can use Ivanka's positive attitude to turn all the difficulties into strength and face all the challenges together.
I have never given up, and Will continue to fight for my choice forever.
I have never given up and have always fought for my choices and always will.
"Life is not obliged to respond to our expectations" - Margaret Mitchell
Accidents have allowed us to grow, and that's what's happened in the last few days. I was diagnosed with an endocrine tumor and it became difficult. But the love and strength given by my side will bring me to hope.
Life is under no obligation to give us what we expect: Margaret Mitchell.
The unexpected make us grow, who is is what the past past days have been have. Learning that I have been diagnosed with NeuroEndocrine Tumour as of now has now has admittedly been difficult, but the love and strength of those around me and that I found within me has brought me to a Place of hope.
Photo: Dazhi Image Courtesy (AP)
There's a saying: When life gives you a lemon, you make lemon juice. It feels good to hear it, but when life really gives you a lemon, it's hard to make lemon juice.
There's a say, 'when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade.' It feels good to hear, butwhen life really hands you lemons, making lemons is really real ly real we
positive. In this case, whether you want to make lemon juice is entirely up to you.
One't have any other choice but to remain positive. Whyher you are able to make lemonade in such situations is allly up to you.
Perhaps, in the pursuit of victory, we always forget the importance of being loved, and in the fragile time, we think of it.
Maybe, somewhere in the pursuit of winning, we forget how how much it to means be loved. In our shred, we are.
With the spirit of Ivankahan, the future in the face of great challenges in life, we can be sad, but should allow themselves to be weak and helpless, but after crying, remember to dry tears, continue to go on.