She’s sexy, cancer-free and ready to make her comeback. Actress Lisa Ray, who fought a long battle with multiple myelona, a rare form of cancer, for over a year, says she’s looking forward to modelling and writing a book. "My hair is coming back and it is looking awesome right now. I am just loving it. It is the sleekest and most well-put together I have ever looked," says Ray, who lost her hair during chemotherapy.
India was the first place that Ray headed to after her stem cell transplant in February. “It was the best thing I could have done. I’m planning to divide my time between Mumbai and Canada now. I felt really re-embraced and re-connected with a world and people in that world that I had missed, and it feels right to start really re-engaging and spending more time there.”
Ray says she wants to resume her acting and modelling career. But what excites her most right now is the offer of a publishing contract in India. Her painfully honest yet humorous blog that chronicles her battle against cancer already has a fair share of admirers. “Writing is a renewed passion that I have re-discovered. It is a beautiful way of processing what I have been going through,” she says.