All is good with me, do not worry--Big B
Well, the veteran legend, who according to his earlier blog posts suffered from chest congestion and throat infection, has seen his family doctor and is presently taking antibiotics to pull through.
Asking the BHTB team and fans not to worry, Big B tweeted, “I see as usual the fraternity anxious and worried about my condition, but there really is nothing in it.
“I am good and in fine fettle. It’s all the others that tire and fall ill - my staff, security, make up etc. Virus in the air is taking its toll on all. But all is good with me, do not worry!!”
Amitabh is currently on antibiotics
Mr. Bachchan, who in the recent times has been keeping quite busy with the making and promotions of his upcoming home production ‘Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap’, is taking antibiotics to recover soon.
Talking about his ill health, senior Bachchan had blogged earlier, “There has been a setback in the health I think .. a congestion arises in the chest and the throat has become hoarse and painful at the glands … so back to home doctor and on to antibiotics to control it.”
Hectic work schedule took a toll on Big B’s health
The megastar of Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan is moving heaven and earth to make his approaching flick a hit with the moviegoers.
Incidentally, Amitabh is not only acting in the film but is also producing it and as such, he is overburdened with work responsibilities.
He has been speaking constantly and more than what he normally does for his film and this has taken a toll on his health.
Stating the cause behind his poor health, Bachchan posted, “It could be from the fact that I normally speak as much as I did in the past few days, in a year. My entire quota for the year ending 2011 would still be less than what I have done in the last 2 days. That is a lot of talking! And when I do get back home its like being drugged … just dozing off even while standing and lack of complete energy.
“This is not good, once a chest condition begins with me it takes forever to heal and become normal. So it’s best given the treatment before it gets out of hand…”