Sensual actress Paoli Dam against medical malpractice

By Faisal Saif

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Mumbai, May 22 (Washington Bangla Radio): Sultry actress Paoli Dam who single-handedly charmed one and all with her hot and sexy avatar in Hate Story is all set to take the cause of medical negligence in a big way. Not surprising since a close friend's relative from Kolkata had died due to gross negligence which became a high profile case in the apex courts.

Says Paoli "Doctors are in the noblest of professions, but immoral and unethical practices should be brought to the fore. Doctors must follow medical protocol for treating patients. The Medical practitioners' community needs to fix ethics and accountability. They should have the authority to take disciplinary action against delinquent physicians. And since India does not have healthcare facilities like the west, the poor are the most affected. India should have its own medical malpractice reform bills. So when Vikram Bhatt offered me the film based on the Ankur Arora murder case, I just had to do it".

But according to her, it is not only “average” people who are hurt and affected by medical malpractice, but the problem effects all strata of society, even celebrities. So imagine high profile celebrity cases like Michael Jackson, whose doctor was imprisoned for medical negligence, so the chances of the poor are even less. "I greatly admire Aamir Khan for bringing the issue to the fore in Satyamev Jayate."

Incidentally even director Mrinal Sen had alleged that Smita Patil died due to gross medical negligence. After working with India's greatest directors like Gautam Ghose and Rituparno Ghosh in Bengali cinema, the bong beauty Paoli Dam has made a huge impact in Bollywood with Hate Story and has 5 films already in her kitty!

Faisal SaifFaisal Saif is co-editor of Global Movie Magazine and sub-editor of Youth Eye Magazine. A passionate Bollywood Feature News Writer and film critic, Saif is a regular contributor to Santabanta, Page 3 Bollywood, Orissa Diary, PardaPhash, NewsWala, The News Tribe, Bolega India and many more online and print journals. Saif lives in Mumbai and can be reached at thatfaisalsaif at gmail.