"Nowadays I feel mentally relaxed. For the first time I did not stay with Amitabh Bachchan during my Mumbai visit on April 9," Singh wrote in his latest blog posting.
"Normally in the past, I used to book a hotel room during my trips to that city, but always stayed overnight with Bachchans in their house. Jayaji is not well, it was also her birthday that day (Friday). I went to their house, wished her and came back. It did not feel strange at all," he said.
Singh's remarks came a couple of weeks after he, during a public rally, sent out a message to Jaya Bachchan, who is an SP Rajya Sabha MP, that he was missing her presence in his rallies and programmes and wanted her to join him.
"Jayaji says that she misses me in SP. I want to tell her that her brother-in-law (Amar) and Jaya Prada (another expelled SP MP) are missing her in all our programmes and rallies," Singh had said while addressing a Kshatriya community rally on March 28 in Delhi.
Singh's comments during the rally and his latest blog entry indicate that all is not well between him and Bachchan family, as even after his expulsion from SP Jaya continues to remain in the party.
However, sharing the dais with Amitabh at a Pune college two days after he took a swipe at his wife for still remaining with Mulayam Singh Yadav's party, Singh had slammed the Bollywood star's detractors for doubting his secular credentials after he became the brand ambassador for Gujarat.