Updated: March 1, 2021 9:02:51 am
Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan has thanked his fans for their good wishes and prayers after revealing that he has undergone a surgery, necessitated by a medical condition. “My gratitude and love for the concern and the wishes,” the actor wrote on his blog along with a host of his photos.
On Saturday night, he had written, “Medical condition .. surgery .. can’t write.” While the 78-year-old actor or his family didn’t clarify what the surgery was for, certain reports in the media claimed he had to undergo a cataract operation. A confirmation in this regard is awaited.
The news had Big B’s fans worried and many shared their distress on social media, and a few also speculated as to what the said condition could be. The superstar’s fans wished for a speedy recovery of the legend. One shared on Twitter, “Prayers for @SrBachchan Ji’s speedy recovery. Take care. Sending my love and prayers for you.” Another tweeted, “Sir, Prayers for your speedy recovery. Get well soon.”
One user wrote, “Get well soon Sir. Wish you a very speedy recovery. Take care and take ample rest. Sir kindly follow all the instructions of the Doctor. This news of Surgery of urs has landed me in a lot of anxiety and tension. Praying to God. Love u❤❤❤❤❤ @SrBachchan.” A fan tweeted, “Please take care @SrBachchan. Love..❤ What surgery?? Please tell us something about it? Is everything okay? How are you? We are worried for you. Do take very good care of yourself. We all are with you ❤ Waiting to hear from you regarding the surgery..Take care..”
Amitabh was last seen in Shoojit Sircar’s comedy drama Gulabo Sitabo alongside Ayushmann Khurrana, which released on Amazon Prime Video in June last year. His upcoming projects include mystery thriller Chehre and fantasy movie Brahmāstra.
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