- User accused Big B of promoting Nanavati Hospital
- She said her father was allegedly misdiagnosed by the hospital
- Big B shared a screenshot of the exchange he had with his aggrieved fan
Despite the criticism he received for it, Amitabh Bachchan repeated the Hindi insult he first used against a troll who said he hoped the actor “died of COVID” in a second blog entry. Big B, 77, returned from Nanavati hospital this weekend after three weeks of treatment for the coronavirus (his son Abhishek is still in the hospital). While in Nanavati, Big B had shared messages praising the medical staff; he also wrote the aforementioned blog post on the troll, ending with a death threat expressed in vulgar language. Amitabh Bachchan’s latest blog post combines the two.
A comment left on The return of Amitabh Bachchan The Facebook post shared the writer’s story about how her father was allegedly misdiagnosed by Nanavati Hospital – she accused Big B of promoting the hospital, adding that she had “totally lost respect” for Amitabh Bachchan.
Big B shared a screenshot of the exchange he had with his aggrieved fan. “This, I will humbly disagree. No… I am not advertising the hospital, I want to thank them for the care and treatment I received from Nanavati. I will and I will. have done this for every hospital I have been admitted to You may have lost respect for me, but let me tell you, I will never lose respect for the medical profession and the doctors in my country. last thing … my respect and respectability will not be judged by you, “Amitabh Bachchan.
If Big B had stopped there, it would have been an exemplary response. He did not do it. To another comment in which his cry for a Amul tribute has also been accused of being promotional, Amitabh Bachchan wrote: “When you don’t know the truth, keep your mouth clean.” He didn’t take his own advice, however – in his article Big B used the Hindi phrase twice to describe the two comments. “T ** k do express yourself, “he wrote of the first;” the times of ‘t ** k do“Seem to have borne fruit,” Big B wrote, referring to the second.
Last week, while Amitabh Bachchan was still in hospital, he revealed he had received hate messages saying he should die from the coronavirus. In his response to the blog, Big B threatened to unleash his “ EF ” or “ extended family ” of over 90 million fans and turn them into an “ extermination family ” to whom he would give the insult in Hindi above as a command.
Amitabh Bachchan returned from hospital on August 2 after testing negative for the virus. Big B and his son Abhishek were admitted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai on July 11 after their coronavirus diagnosis – Abhishek remains in the hospital’s isolation ward as he is still positive for COVID-19. Abhishek’s wife, Aishwarya, was also briefly in hospital and returned home on July 27. Amitabh Bachchan’s wife Jaya Bachchan has tested negative.