Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan recently underwent eye surgery. Amitabh had a cataract in his eye, which was to undergo laser surgery. At the same time, Big B thanked the fans praying for his medical condition. Along with this, he also gave his health update. He wrote in the blog- Thank you all for worrying and praying for the medical condition.
At this age, eye surgery is delicate and requires precise care. Best done and hope everything goes well. Sight and recovery is slow and difficult. If typing mistakes are made here, they should be forgiven. I feel like Gary Sobers right now. I remember the great West Indies cricketer and his story. A story has been heard about him, how true or imaginary it cannot be told.
Three letters of each word are appearing
Big B further wrote- ‘In a cricket match with a strong opponent, the West Indies team was not in a very good position and looked to be losing the game. Gary Sobers sat in the dressing room and finally, opened his bottle of rum and drank a little. When his turn came to bat, he hit his fastest century. When asked how they did it, they told that when I was playing in the field, I could see 3 balls and I was hitting the middle. !!! The condition of my eye is also similar. I see 3-3 letters for every word and I am pressing the middle one. ‘
Big B will also have a second eye surgery
‘My love to all, progress is slow and there is still another eye left, so there is a long haul. Hopefully, all will be well before the schedule of my next film starts with Vikas Bahl’s new film ‘Goodbye’.
Let me tell you that a few days ago, by sharing a blog, Big B had told that his health deteriorated and he had to undergo surgery. The 78-year-old actor wrote in his blog on Saturday – ‘Medical condition … surgery … I can’t write, AB.’ Amitabh did not share any information other than this. On Sunday, a friend of Big B had told-It was a small laser operation to remove cataracts from his eye. Big B went to the operation theater and came out. They will be under the supervision of doctors for 4 hours and will return home on Monday.