For the past 2 weeks, Abhishek Bachchan along with father Amitabh Bachchan is admired to Nanavati Hospital for the medical treatment of Coronavirus. But thanks to social media, ever since the father-son duo has tested positive for COVID-19, they have been keeping their fans updated about their health. Be it Big B writing wise words about life or Jr Bachchan’s tweets, the duo is reportedly doing great and responding well to the treatment.
As the father-son duo often share a time-to-time update from Nanavati hospital, the Breathe actor recently shared a picture from the hospital ward as he takes a late-night walk inside. The picture sees the hospital corridor and floor shining bright with the lights in the ceiling. Sharing a positive note, Jr Bachchan wrote, “Light at the end of the tunnel! #latenightwalks.” Last evening, Abhishek, who was last seen in Amazon Prime’s Breathe: Into The Shadows, shared a beautiful sunrise picture from the super speciality ward of Nanavati Hospital.
Spreading positivity, Abhishek had captioned it, “Always believe that the sun will shine through! Always. #believe #bepositive.” Meanwhile, the actor’s wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter Aaradhya had also tested positive for COVID-19. After recovering from the disease, the mother-daughter duo was discharged from the hospital and are currently at home.
Earlier, Big B took to Twitter to thank doctors for working in extreme conditions. He Tweeted, “They work in extreme conditions, so our conditions are safe .. the Gods own angels in white PPE units, Doctors, nurses, support staff .. yet they still take time out to pray for who they struggle to cure - their patients! This be their prayer every day" (ALSO READ: Abhishek Bachchan Schools A Troll With Utmost Grace; Netizens Hail The Actor, 'Classy And Respectful Even To Haters')
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