The battle against cancer has made me strong. It’s like winning a war!
When I was diagnosed, I was told by doctors my kidney, liver and other organs could fail. It was tough. I didn’t know if I could save my life.
I want someone who will love me for the person I am and not because of my status.
Being tough in tough situation
I was positive, and because of that, the doctor told me that I would be a man who would never have cancer.
I have worked really hard on my game, but I think my mother has been a real pillar of strength. She has prayed a lot, sacrificed a lot for me.
I’m past my wooing days now. See, I am an honest person. If I like a girl, I will go and tell her.
Battling cancer was battling opposition
Beating cancer is personal battle. It was one of the toughest opponents I have faced so far, and I think I did reasonably well. Touch wood.
Staying in the life game
There were times when chemo would eat my body, but I told myself that I have the strength and courage to win and come out stronger.
One learn from failures or tough situations
Cancer has taught me a lot of things. Maybe it is the best thing that has happened to me.
Perception and reality
The bad boy image is something given to me by the media.
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