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Abhishek on dad's health: 'Mard ko dard nahin hota'

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Mumbai, Feb 17 (IANS) Abhishek Bachchan says his fatherAmitabh's dialogue "Mard ko dard nahi hota" from the movie "Mard" couldn't be more relevant than now, when the ailing megastar is keeping his spirits high despite battling serious health problems.
"Morning spent with pa at hospital, then at NASCOMM in the afternoon. Back to hospital where, despite his pain, SrBachchan is cracking jokes. Guess he said it true in his film 'mard ko dard nahin hota!' Legend," Abhishek posted on his Twitter page Thursday night.
Amitabh is currently admitted to the Seven Hills Hospital, where he underwent two surgeries Saturday.
The 69-year-old is still in pain. Though the Bachchan family andhospital authorities are tightlipped about the further procedures, sources have informed IANS that Big B is likely to go under the knife again Friday.

Men after 60 you must see your doctor on periodic basis, and when ever you need one. It is great to be in good health, but prevention is lot better than seeing a doctor in emergency.
Twice earlier The Big B was saved from Major Ailments.Hope this time also He comes safe.
I pray for his speedy recovery.
I too pray for his health.. he is liked by so many and so many have good wishes, I am sure he will come out of it and be healthy all over again.. :)
Prasadji, it is not just men after 60 who should see doctors. It is both men and women above 35 (specially in this age of lifestyle diseases).
Actually research has shown that it is the females who have the greatest pain tolerance. No "mard" has gone through child birth after all!
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