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One still Human, (Training: YouTube,

Cast: Shefali Shah, Kirti Kulhari, Mohan Agashe, Aditya Srivastava, Atul Kumar, Seema Biswas, Asif Khan

Director: Moses Singh, Vipul Amritlal Shah

Rating: Four stars (out of 5)

Established in Bhopal, a state once ruled by the successors of the Begums. Human, Is a deeply interesting and exciting medical-social series in which two women stand in front and in the center. This pair of strong, complex, difficult to understand characters wants to rule like the Begums of Bhopal.

It’s easier said than done, of course, but with Shefali Shah and Kirti Kulhari, sharp, lively and level performances, in the form of women who will not stop at anything to get their way, without a word in the show Stamp the presence. The former is absolutely brilliant in the role of a fearless volunteer in a nice-looking outfit. And it is a treat to watch Kulfari match Shefali Shah step by step.

Produced by Vipul Amritlal Shah and Moses Singh (who alternately directs ten episodes of the show) and streaming on Disney + Hotstar, Human The consequences of illegal, uncontrolled human trials of banned drugs and medical scams – shameless cover-ups, deceptions, threats and secret deals, as well as an interesting story revolve around the death and murder of innocents. As pharma companies and medical facilities play fast and sluggish games with regulatory mechanisms in search of profit, the lives of poor, illiterate volunteers are at stake. It’s all in a city that is still reeling from the aftermath of the 1984 Union Carbide gas leak.

The story’s location is linked to the world’s current struggle with a ferocious virus Human Combines relevance and enhances the power of the pole of its central narrative – human beings dissatisfied with the compassion of those who have the power to turn away from life with complete disregard.

Behind the medical malpractice is a furious pharma firm that is anxious to move forward with an amazing ‘cure’ for heart patients to push its bottom line, which is due to its failure to win the coronavirus vaccine contract. Is affected.

Patwante (Mohan Agashe), owner of Vayu Pharma, says, “There are certain rules that you never break,” when his son (Aditya Srivastava), who is now in the saddle, announces his decision to skip a full step in the testing process. Go on to start Phase 2 human trials from done and animal trials.

But the word of caution from the old man is nothing more than that – the word – and the firm and its co-conspirators, with the connivance of politicians, medical professionals and drug regulators, break the rules with impunity.

The main protagonist of the play, written by Moses Singh and Ishani Banerjee, is a super-specialty hospital run by a simple-speaking woman with iron hands, who, as soon as the show starts, hires a young female doctor. Keeps on the job and moves on. He plans to downsize his chief cardiac surgeon (Atul Kumar). While the couple’s strategy may seem straightforward on the first flush, nothing about the two women is as clear and simple as it seems.

Dr. Gauri Nath (Shefali Shah), a hot shot neurosurgeon, and Dr. Saira Sabharwal (Kirit Kulhari), a cardiac surgeon with a fast growing reputation, despite the daily challenges in the line of duty. , Are in complete control of their hospital. But their lives outside the workplace tell a different story. These are the women who have done so much beyond the fading of their impressive professional profiles.

They are at a loss for answers to the questions that surround their homes. They both deal with their confidence as they choose to embark on their play activities.

Gauri and Saira are the women we rarely see on our screens, big or small. They are bound by desire and determination. The methods here are crude, persistent, and even destructive, as they fight to preserve their land in a world where not giving a quarter is their biggest and most reliable defense method. They seek both power and perfection.

Determined not to give any support to family members, friends or enemies, the counselor and his protege play mind games that are fraught with risk. “The brain is the most attractive part of the human body,” Gauri told Saira. “I can read the brain.” But can she?

The drama of Gauri and Saira’s life, which forms the backbone Human, Focuses on their desire to earn acceptance and fulfillment and to claim their rights, none of which they have to ask for. Their progress in a man’s world depends on not retreating from the politics that pervade the boardroom and operating theater and giving as much as they can.

Human There are many characters. It takes two episodes to complete the main plot details and a full display of the character’s inspirations. It gathers momentum after episode 3 and maintains a spinning motion until the end.

Gauri, who is proud of the fact that she is carrying on the legacy of many generations of doctors, and Saira, the daughter of a retired compounder, have secrets that define who they are. They hide the wounds of the past that are at the root of their complex relationships with their spouses and other relatives.

Gauri and Saira have unresolved issues between themselves and their husbands (played by Ram Kapoor and Indernil Sengupta respectively) and as the story escalates misunderstandings. Love always hurts (love always hurts), mourns a character. But then, little love ends between these two women and their married partners. The pain they feel is caused by the absence of love and grief and delusion Human There are many other interrelated narrative tracks that influence Gauri and Saira’s moves. A young Mangu (Vishal Jethwa, who delivers the goods) and his autorickshaw driver-father (Sushil Pandey), are part of a poor immigrant family, still unstable due to the lockout, clutched by ruthless, dishonest men and women. Get stuck in Drug trial racket.

Mangu’s marginalized family is well aware of his plight. “There is no justice for people like us, only punishment (For people like us, there is no justice, only punishment). Their zeal – and their instincts – for survival keeps them in the face of ever-increasing difficulties.

The plight of a group of girls kept in a shady medical laboratory, where a nefarious ‘neurological experiment’ is going on, is no different. A mysterious head nurse controls the fate of these girls who are saved from Roma (Seema Biswas), prostitution and other forms of exploitation and pushed into an infinite dark hell. As things get out of hand, girls are treated worse than lab rats. Omar Parvez (Asif Khan), a social activist, stumbles upon the shocking truth about the drug trials and the associated deaths and side effects that took place almost four decades ago while working among the victims of industrial gas leaks.

The Shefali Shah-Kirti Kulhari duo has a beating heart and throbbing nerves. Human, An absorbing drama with a complete, innocent complement of twists and turns that retains the power of spring surprises till the bitter end. A human being, in a word, is a magician.

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