Filmmaker-writer Tahira Kashyap reveals how she used to make excuses for not leaving her bed and is now motivated to exercise. Tahira shared a video on Instagram where she can be seen performing jump squats. Tahira Kashyap captioned the post as “Not going to let multiple alibis come in the way to regain my fitness. From side effects of medicine to surgeries to hypothyroidism to not being 18 anymore to the gym being closed due to coronavirus. I used all these excuses and many more for not moving my bum but not anymore! #fitness #itsnevertoolate.”
Tahira has been a cancer survivor as she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018. Meanwhile, she recently turned 38th. On the occasion of her birthday, her husband and actor Ayushmann Khurrana posted a beautiful post for his lady love and wrote, “This day in 2001 was the first time I’d attended your birthday. It was a Sunday and my dad had allowed me to take his car to your party. And out of all your school friends you’d chosen to sit in my car. It was quite overwhelming for me as I was from an all-boys school. Thank you for choosing me. I owe everything to you. Your compassion. Your empathy. Your character.
Your sense of humor. Your sense of scripts. You. Happy birthday to the best human I know! Umm..(P.S – the first one was your latest pic in my phone album. Freshly clicked. Sorry didn’t take your approval before uploading it, since you are sleeping. Thought it looked great.)” This caption is all about the love of the couple. Not only this when Tahira was diagnosed with Cancer, her husband also supported her in every way. Tahira still thanks Ayushman for his recovery.
Moreover, on the professional front, Tahira Kashyap is associated with Indian Women Rising, and the movie Bittu is in the run for Oscars.
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