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Actress Manisha Koirala Hopes to Write More Books in Future

Talking about youngsters of the country, Manisha said: "I think the kind of 'urja' (energy) youngsters have, it's a blessing. So, they should use it in right direction and in right manner to lead very successful career and life."

Actress Manisha Koirala, who has authored the book “Healed: How Cancer Gave Me a New Life”, hopes to pen more books in future.

“I am very excited and happy that my book ‘Healed: How Cancer Gave Me a New Life’ has been appreciated by the audience. I am thankful for the readers for the love that I have received from them.

“This was my first experience of writing a book. The kind of response I have received for my first book, I hope that I will write more books in future,” Manisha Koirala told reporters at the Urja Awards 2019 here on Sunday on the readers’ response to her maiden book.

Manisha Koirala
Manisha Koirala. Flickr

On the career front, Manisha was last year seen in films like “Lust Stories” and “Sanju”.

“By the grace of God, you will see me in more movies for sure,” she said.

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Talking about youngsters of the country, Manisha Koirala said: “I think the kind of ‘urja’ (energy) youngsters have, it’s a blessing. So, they should use it in right direction and in right manner to lead very successful career and life.” (IANS)

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