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Amitabh Bachchan hospitalised

While the reason for Bachan's hospitalization remains undisclosed, LiveMint reported that his health concerns do not involve his heart.

Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan, aged 81, has been admitted to Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai, as per a report by News18. While the reason for his hospitalization remains undisclosed, LiveMint reported that his health concerns do not involve his heart.

An insider clarified, “An angioplasty was performed to address a clot in his leg, not related to his heart.” Prior to his hospitalization being reported, Bachchan, affectionately known as Big B, shared a message on X (formerly Twitter), expressing gratitude. He also posted a promotional video of his Indian Street Premier League (ISPL) team, Majhi Mumbai, hinting at their imminent victory.

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On March 14, Majhi Mumbai triumphed over Chennai Singams, owned by Tamil star Suriya, with an impressive 58-run lead, largely thanks to Abhishek Dalhor’s stellar performance. This victory secured Bachchan’s team a spot in the final of the inaugural ISPL – T10 league.

Bachchan’s illustrious career in Bollywood sets a daunting standard for aspiring actors. Since his debut in 1969 with “Saat Hindustani,” he has remained a dominant force in the industry. He is slated to appear in “Kalki 2898 AD,” directed by Nag Ashwin, renowned for his works like “Yevade Subramanyam” and “Mahanati.”

Additionally, the veteran actor is poised to make his Tamil debut with “Vettaiyan,” helmed by T. J. Gnanavel. Recently, he ventured into playback singing for the upcoming Kannada film “Butterfly,” directed by Ramesh Aravind.

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