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Fancy liberal, Urban Naxal, Liberandu is what the trolls lovingly call me. Most of the time I make films, shows and food.
Joined on 7 April, 2009
#appreciationpost #Scam1992 this series has now become the talk of the town and why not. The sheer brilliance of @mehtahansal and team made it possible. Very well received by the audience. Thank you Sir @nairsameer for backing it. The industry needs more of such quality stuff.
#Omerta Yesterday i binged this riverting thriller bio pic based on the real life terrorist It is simply out of the word @mehtahansal whatte direction and @RajkummarRao 's spine chilling performance and he completely score with that british accent😍 Worth watching
This one is totally, totally deserved. A masterclass in long form story-telling. Great writing, casting, fantastic performances, terrific execution. My favorite show. Congratulations @RichieMehta, Pooja, Sanjay, Apoorva, Shefali, Adil, Rajesh, Vinod, Rasika and the entire team...
Late to the party but Scam 1992 is one of the best series I’ve watched lately, superb performances amazing storytelling. A huge thumps up to the cast & crew for putting it together. Showed me a Mumbai I grew up in & made me truly understand it.
Thank you Mr. Kamra.
@mehtahansal This certainly is an eye opener, and gives a new perspective and perhaps some confidence. However, given the larger context of how the govt is trying to push traditional medicine as the be-all and end-all, it's hard not to be skeptical of this new norm.
Of course. I was also equally sceptical given all the misleading information disseminated by the ministry of ayush. However, on this I'm merely offering a counterpoint.
The investment (time, money and effort) a student makes in studying allopathic medicine and its specialisations usually makes it necessary for him/her to practice in the cities. The system is flawed. This is perhaps a practical way of trying to stretch an already stretched system
I personally know some excellent doctors who are BAMS graduates but are intensivists in major private hospitals and who are allowed to perform minor surgeries in emergencies. I think some of our outrage might be unjustified. Everything the govt does need not be suspicious/wrong.
Given the current situation and acute shortage of medical practitioners particularly in smaller towns and villages I think this is required. What is necessary is to provide these people with clear guidelines on kind of surgeries/situations they must operate in.
Slightly contrary view on Ayurvedic doctors allowed to perform surgery. They are trained in surgery. BAMS = Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery. It is quite an extensive course spanning 5.5 years combining Ayurved, General Medicine and Surgery. (Contd)
Looking forward to welcoming the Team of #Scam1992 @MICA_Ahmedabad for an exciting panel discussion on “Business of Content, Creativity & Consumers” and discussion with @nairsameer @mehtahansal @shreya_dhan13 @001Danish @SonyLIV @ApplauseSocial #Scam1992TheHarshadMehtaStory
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