Abhishek's wife, actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, 46, and eight-year-old daughter Aaradhya were discharged from the hospital on Monday after testing negative for Covid-19.
Bachchan was one of the most high-profile figures to test positive in India. He also appeared optimistic about his recovery from the disease soon and said that he would beat the infection and come back healthier.
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After Abhishek's tweet, senior Bachchan took to Twitter himself to share the latest development with his followers. In West Bengal's Asansol, fans of the actor organised a 'yagna', praying for his speedy recovery. Be it Big B writing wise words about life or Jr Bachchan's tweets, the duo is reportedly doing great and responding well to the treatment.
It has been over two weeks that Amitabh Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan have tested positive for Coronavirus.
Unfortunately due to some co-morbidities I remain positive and will continue to stay in the hospital, Abhishek wrote. Very humbled and indebted.
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"My father, thankfully, has tested negative on his latest Covid-19 test and has been discharged from the hospital".
This news broke out on several media sources and the authentification came from none other Amitabh Bachchan's son Abhishek Bachchan thanking for the prayers and wrote about his father's wellbeing through his Twitter handle.
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