Since 2020 megastar Amitabh Bachchan has been in the recovery phase not once but thrice. Beginning with getting detected with COVID-19 in 2020 that led to hospitalization, he then underwent an eye surgery for his cataract and now once again the actor has undergone a surgery for his other eye. However, this has not kept the actor away from his fans, like always he mentioned in his blog that he is recovering from it and also spoke about the advanced technology that makes surgeries easier these days.
Last night in his blog, he called his surgery a repair, shared repairing takes time, followed by mentioning about visits for check up and waiting for it to heal. In his blog he wrote, “.. the repairing takes time .. and the visits for the checkups give indication that progress is in progress .. so one waits and waits and waits ..” He also added how the modern machinery quickly registers the ailing part inside the eye and gets working on it.
The Chehre actor further added, “.. yes that modern machinery that looks into the eyes and indicates the system that runs it .. the eyes not the machine .. and finds it giving complicated imagery on computer screens that flash through with some amazing technology, to indicate to the professional what exactly ails the insides ..”
Big B also shared how a medical professional explained him this process, where he shared this surgery being dirt removal process for a clear vision, "a dirt ridden wind screen, that needs cleaning to remove the blurred imagery that one faces , from the dropped drops substituting for the wipes to clear it," adds the actor. ALSO READ: Mehndi Hai Rachne Waali Actor Sai Ketan Rao Takes Inspiration From Amitabh Bachchan's Character From Agneepath-EXCLUSIVE
Meanwhile, the actor is busy promoting his next Chehre where he plays a lawyer, helmed by Rumy Jafry, set to release on April 9, 2021.
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