New Delhi, Dec 21: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is in a nostalgic mode on his mother's death anniversary Saturday and says that she was "the most beautiful woman in the world".
His mother Teji Bachchan passed away in 2007 in Mumbai's Lilavati hospital.
"It is hard to reminisce those moments and hours at the hospital when she breathed her last, my mother. But as we held hands, those of the family, in her room in the ICU, and saw her fight to the very last, I could not but ever imagine any other way in which she would have wanted to leave the world and us," Amitabh posted on his official blog srbachchan.tumblr.com Saturday.
The 71-year-old also said that his mother fought like a tigress during her ill health.
"The doctors would say it is all over, but she would come back and the doctors would get busy again in her revival, pumping her chest, injecting, frantically giving instructions to the army of doctors and nurses that gathered around her bed until finally unable to bear the sight of those physical and all other medical procedures, I told them to stop giving her more pain," he posted.
"My Mother .. the most beautiful woman in the world," he further added.
Karan Johar to cross three million Twitter follower mark
Filmmaker Karan Johar has almost three million followers on popular micro-blogging site Twitter. He has already thanked his fans.
Followed by 2, 953, 513 people, his followers list also includes stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla.
"Three million. Thank you's to my twitterverse! Love and gratitude," he tweeted Friday night.
He uses the platform to share information related to his projects and views on various subjects. Lately, he's been frequently posting about his popular celebrity chat show "Koffee with Karan".
When Shah Rukh felt like a raisin
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan felt like a raisin after staying in water for eight hours.
"Eight hours in water. Feel a bit raisin like Kish Mish in Hindi. Sounds kinda like a lispy request to a lady," SRK tweeted Saturday along with his close-up shot.
He had gone 1underwater for Farah Khan's new directorial venture "Happy New Year".