In his most recent blog, Amitabh Bachchan discussed coping with certain domestic Covid issues. Previous year only, the actor tested positive for the coronavirus and spent a few weeks in the hospital.

A BMC official stated, on Wednesday, that a staff worker at one of his bungalows tested positive for Covid-19. One of the 31 staff members of both of the legendary actor’s bungalows, Pratiksha and Jalsa, tested positive during routine Covid-19 tests, according to the BMC official.

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The BMC’s CCC-2 (COVID Care Center-2) has sequestered the employees, he stated.

He went on to say that the positive crew is symptom-free.

Fight.. fighting.. and with the prayers of all, no further…no more explanation…simply that the show goes on, the 79-year-old actor said in a motivating poem on his blog.

He further wrote that to be in the serenity of the almighty, who looks upon everyone of us with his kindness and protection. The human does many derogatory things. He forgives everyone of us and assigns the task of leading down the path of righteousness. We all follow the unknown force. It has yet to be discovered, and we all wonder if it will but we all remain in its encased bubble of safety, until. 

Dealing with some domestic Covid difficulties, will link later, he said at the end of the blog.

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Amitabh Bachchan, his son Abhishek Bachchan, daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai, and granddaughter Aaradhya Bachchan all tested positive for the  coronavirus in 2020 and were subsequently admitted to the hospital for treatment. Amitabh had had his vaccination in May of last year.

He has previously described how he spent time in the hospital while undergoing seclusion treatment. He wrote on his official twitter handle that he performed some deliberation of his own. He rested for a while after watching a few vintage cricket matches. He saw a documentary, but he won’t say what it was called. He took some medications and then spent some time learning more about the cell phone before doing a pranaam.