Amitabh Bachchan is back, after conquering Cannes, and so are his Tuesday memoirs.
This week's update, posted on Facebook with a picture of Mr Bachchan and tennis star Mahesh Bhupathi, is about a charity tennis match the actor played with Mahesh as his partner (he thinks!).
The match was played in The Club, near Lokhandwala Circle in Mumbai.
Mr Bachchan writes: It was on the occasion of a charity tennis match played to collect funds for a very noble cause. It was a doubles game and the participants were - Mahesh Bhupati, Leander Paes, Naseeruddin Shah, and myself.
But he wasn't on the winning team that day. Mr Bachchan writes: I think Mahesh and I were partnering, I could be wrong, against Leander and Naseer. We lost !
And this little nugget of information from the star: Many may not know but I had joined the RajKumari Amrit Kaur Tennis Coaching Scheme in Delhi in the year soon after finishing my schooling at Sherwood College , Nainital, in 1958.
There were 4 category courts in the scheme .. The beginners, C court, B court and the A court. I reached the B court , and had to stop because I was joining the Delhi University and the Science course that I took did not make time for any sports activity. The A court players went on to play the big games - for the National team, at Wimbledon etc.
Amitabh Bachchan, tennis star? Life, the universe and everything would have been a whole lot different for everyone if that had happened.