Nadia Jamil is a full-fledged and amazing character among Pakistani television actress, host, and child protection worker who inspires every woman. She has seen many setbacks since childhood and is still fighting for her life. She currently lives in Cambridge and is being treated for breast cancer. Nadia is a child advocate. She takes care of children who are even molested by someone. Nadia adopted two children in Pakistan and gave them the love of their mothers. When there was a problem, she would call in often and never be afraid to talk about anything. Will Nadia Jamil Return To Pakistani Television Screen, Nadia Jamil has long struggled with breast cancer and is about to make a comeback on screen after recovering. In April 2020, she was diagnosed with surgery and chemotherapy. She shared her journey with fans and followers on social media and received positive reviews. The actress wrote a heartfelt statement that she was ready to continue her acting career. When she spoke of her hairless journey, she said:
Will Nadia Jamil Return To Pakistani Television Screen
“Bring my hair back to its original shape. I think I’ll need it to get my performance back on Desi TV, but I’ll never forget to face and overcome the fear of baldness and hairlessness.”
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She remembered how she felt when she had no hair and had troubled times. She wrote, “Kale Nado taught me how to be my best friend. She was linked to cancer and suicidal depression during the Covid lockdown. Diabetes and other diseases, and she knows she has to fight alone, which makes me fight.
The 40-year-old actress thanked Allah Almighty. Jamil has made public her battle with cancer and kept it real. He said personal emotions can be overwhelmed in times of crisis.
Its been an unforgettable struggle.Chemo is a battle.But Im without fear,in solitude held tight,cocooned in Allahs Love.Every lesson sent I try 2 learn.Pain,sickness is all a journey 2 healing,& Patience.Bad Sepsis,sugar 600,nearly wnt in2 coma. Alhamdolillah now getting better💪🏽 pic.twitter.com/6RaQx1t6dP
— Nadia Jamil (@NJLahori) July 10, 2020
The road to recovery made her stronger and she became an inspiration to others never to give up.