Amitabh Bachchan writes poem after being discharged from hospital

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In the poem, Bachchan says he understands that the photographers need his pictures to continue their work and it is just part of their profession. This was the place where was welcomed my existence of life, Amitabh writes in the translated version.

Read the complete poem here. "Mr Bachchan came for a routine check-up and went home", Ravishankar, CEO of the Lilavati Hospital was quoted saying.

As the reports of Amitabh Bachchan admitted in hospital started flooded on social media on Monday, his fans started praying for his well-being at the same moment.

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Amitabh was briefly admitted to Lilavati Hospital Friday evening after he complained of pain in his lower back.

While Amitabh will be seen portraying the character of a 102-year-old Dattaraya Vakharia, Rishi Kapoor will essay the character of his 72 year-old son Babu.

Amitabh Bachchan, 75, is likely to undergo endoscopy before being discharged from the hospital, a source told PTI.

This comes only hours after Big B shared the first look and teaser of his upcoming flick "102 Not Out" co-starring Rishi Kapoor on Twitter. While people are loving the actor's zestful avatar in the Umesh Shukla directorial, he also has "Thugs Of Hindostan" and "Brahmastra" in his kitty.

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