The performing artist and his family have subsequent to been through an excruciating fight, however now that Ayaan has recouped, Hashmi has chosen to pen a book, titled The Kiss of Life: How A Superhero and My Son Defeated Cancer, , to report the battle.
In a visit with HT, the performing artist says that his first thought after the analysis was at fault himself. “When you hear such a news, there are a considerable measure of things that experience your brain. As a guardian, you experience indignation, blame and you frequently ask yourself – did we accomplish something incorrectly? My wife Parveen and I thought we settled on some wrong decisions as folks which prompted this,” he says, including: “The most noticeably bad apprehension around then is losing your tyke. Growth is a fatal illness and has taken such a large number of lives. The considered losing your adored one to it is startling.”
The 36-year-old says that he could just stick to the trust that Ayaan will recuperate. “I get it was trust that got our family through. It was additionally frantic good faith that things would be alright and there is no other way. The shock that a man feels in the event that you let him know/her that he has tumor is at any rate destroying. Yet, how it feels when a family hears that their youngster has disease is hard to try and clarify in words. Ayaan was only 3-years 11-months old. The underlying stun was wrecking. However, what got us through was the possibility that we needed to battle it. It may be a long fight, however we, as a family, needed to battle for our child’s life,” he says, including that his child has completely recouped from Wilms’ tumor and is sans growth for some time.
Discussing the book, Hashmi says that he will likely go on this want to other disease patients and their families. “In the same way as other, we never comprehended what malignancy implied. A great many people think disease implies demise. In the event that this book can even achieve one family and give them trust, I’ll upbeat. I need to let them know that on the off chance that we could traverse it, so would they be able to,” he says.
Hashmi includes that the book is likewise for his child to peruse when he grows up. “At the point when Ayaan grows up, he can read it, pat himself on the back and be glad that he persevered through this and turned out more grounded. The book will offer him some assistance with knowing what the whole family experienced,” he says.