Big B Clears The Air Over His Brief Hospital Visit With An Awe-Inspiring Poem

| February 10 , 2018 , 16:48 IST

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has millions of fans all around the globe and his admirers keep praying for his long and healthy life. At the age of 75, Big B still possesses more strength than any younger one and has many years ahead of him to live.

His recent admission into Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital created a huge buzz among the masses. After being spotted leaving the hospital premises with his son Abhishek Bachchan and a hidden face, people were extremely worried about his health and showered him with good wishes on social media.

Replying to all the well-wishers, Amitabh wrote a beautiful poem in Hindi and posted the same on his blog. Clarifying the reason for his untimely hospital visit, he wrote that it was a routine one and he covered his face when hounded by the paparazzi to protect his eyes from the flashes.

Along with the original poem, Big B also posted a translated version on his blog. He wrote, "Yes, your ‘excellencies’ I do go to hospitals, this practice have I kept alive from birth. Was not this the place where they heard my first cry at birth? This was the place where was welcomed my existence of life."

Sources suggest that Amitabh was experiencing a little pain in his lower back. After prescribing the required medicines and injections, the actor was discharged from the hospital within few hours. The sudden appearance of shutterbugs temporarily stunned the star but he soon recovered from his shock and covered his face.

Notably, the teaser of his upcoming movie with Rishi Kapoor titled '102 Not Out' was released a few hours before his admission in the hospital. While people are loving the actor's zestful avatar in the Umesh Shukla directorial, he also has 'Thugs Of Hindostan' and 'Brahmastra' in his kitty.