On Saturday BollyWood Star Amitabh Bachchan along with his son Abhishek Bachchan were tested Positive for Coronavirus. They have been taken to hospital.
Big-B Amitabh Bachchan tweeted about his test coming positive for covid-19. He said for All those who have been in proximity to him in last 10 days must get themselves tested.
Soon After Big-B sharing his diagnosis result, his son Abhishek Bachchan also revealed he has been tested positive for covid-19.
Abhishek wrote on twitter about him & his father Mr Bachchan tested positive for the virus. Both of them are asymptotic, having mild symptoms arising due to the infection. He requested all to stay calm and hope the best for the Bachchan Family.
Both Father and Son are now admitted at the Nanavati Hospital.
Bachchan Family lives in Mumbai which has been the worst hit city by the virus. The current infection count in Mumbai is 92,000 cases and 5,244 deaths.
Celebs across the social media are wishing Big-B and Jr Bachchan speedy recovery.
“Wishing and praying for @SrBachchan ji’s speedy recovery,” tweeted Samajdwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav.
“Take care Amit ji. Praying for your healthiness and quick recovery,” wrote cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar.
Crores of individuals revere Mr Bachchan royally , hanging on his every word, seeking his blessings and congregating outside his Mumbai bungalow per annum on October 11, his birthday.
The doyen of Bollywood may be a keen user of Twitter, where he has 4.3 crore followers, and his career has branched into television presenting, business and politics, also as countless commercial endorsements.
Early in his acting life, Mr Bachchan earned his reputation as India’s “angry young man” for portraying violent heroes fighting an unjust system and injecting a replacement aggressive element into Bollywood movies, which had previously consisted of polite romances.
After some lean years, Mr Bachchan bounced back spectacularly, largely thanks to his stint as host for the favored TV giveaway “Kaun Banega Crorepati?”, which revived his artistic and financial fortunes.
India’s nationwide coronavirus toll rose Saturday to eight ,20,916 cases — the third highest within the world — with 22,123 deaths.