Mumbai, July 24 (IANS) Citing examples of late King of Pop Michael Jackson and late rocker Elvis Presley, megastar Amitabh Bachchan says a person becomes more valuable after his death than his earnings during his lifetime.
Talking about value of one’s life after death, the “Piku” star shared on his blog on Sunday: “Would Elvis and Michael have known what worth they were leaving behind? Or if they knew, would they know, its value… and more.”
“Death was graciously more value for them, than a lifetime of earning. Better to die first and then live.”
The unwell 73-year-old also updated his fans about his health, saying it is getting better now.
“There is discomfort and anger within. The medication makes it so. It deprives me of expression and a suitable connect. Be in good spirit or hallowed presence, there is a condition of health, but nothing to be alarmed about. It is under control,” Amitabh wrote.