Big B sorting out scripts for new projects

Mumbai, Feb 25 (IANS) Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is at home these days due to a mild body ailment, says he is utilising his time reading scripts, discussing ideas and finalising dates for his next projects.

The 73-year-old, who has wrapped up shooting for Ribhu Dasgupta’s directorial “TE3N”, shared the update with his fans and followers on his official blog.

“The days are spent in treatment, in gym workouts during treatment and spending time over what needs to be done with all the pending work on the papers that stare at you each morning…not the news, but responses to many that write in…and then there is sport…and films to catch up on and TV serials to explore and discover the wastage of time and energy when static and immovable practices invite.

“The days are also spent in summing up the dates for the next projects, discussing scripts and ideas, stories and scripts and…the piano and music,” Big B posted.

The cine icon had earlier shared that he is on the road to recovery, though the process is slow.

The “Piku” star also expressed his gratitude for the love being showered on him by his fans, whom he fondly calls his “extended family” or “Ef”.

“The creative instincts and guile of our dear Ef that delight me with their art work is quite remarkable…I am certain that they spend a lot of time on it and for this I send and express my deepest gratitude…but really I must know the technology of these works and how it can be personally done by me,” he said.

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