Mumbai: Two months after his surgery, mega-star Amitabh Bachchan is again ill and suffering from "excruciating pain" since the past couple of days.
He is likely to undergo a CT-scan at the Seven Hill Hospital, Andheri East, here Tuesday, where he had been operated almost two months ago. But Big B says he is absolutely fine, and there's nothing to worry.
Shocked to find a horde of TV cameras and reporters waiting outside his house, Bachchan tweeted this morning: "Oh dear..up at 6 am to go for dub of Bhojpuri film for my make up man..and..a fleet of media vans and tv camera chasing me? Why?"
Bachchan further tweeted: "Dearest tv media and vans outside my home, please do not stress and work so hard. Its nothing, just another visit to my doctor !"
The actor said henceforth he will be careful of what he posts on Twitter and his blogs.
On Monday night, Senior Bachchan had tweeted, "Last night…I rose from my desk to get to bed, but excruciating pain, stopped me in my tracks and I found it difficult to walk, to stand, to sit, to lie down. Quite horrendous!"
While a pain killer managed to save the day, Bachchan attempted to bear with the discomfort for as long as he could.
He admitted that the pain was not there post-operation and he was confounded about the reasons as it recurred two months after the surgery.
"I have no answer. But tomorrow (Tuesday), there should be one as I prepare for a CT-Scan after devouring a large bottle or bottles of that yellow fluid…" he said.
The cause of the abdominal pain and when the CT-scan will be conducted were not immediately known.
With inputs from IANS