Melvilasam director Madhav Ramadasan’s film Apothecary hits the screens today, August 7. The story is set in a hospital named Apothecary. The director says the film touches on some social issues. “I would like to view this as a devotional film in a stylised way. The devotion is not about religion, but about the noble profession of doctors. For those who are suffering from illness, a doctor has the stature of a God,” says Ramadasan, who won the Gollappudi Srinivas National ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Apothecary does not have any subtlety, everything that the director wishes to convey has been overtly pronounced by the actors through their dialogues, writes Paresh C Palicha. The medical profession has always been a fertile ground for filmmakers to plough their stories, maybe because every human emotion seems to be amplified in a hospital. When we are speaking of dilemma, then what can be more conflicting than life and death. Director Madhav Ramadasan who made an impressive début ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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