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Ankur Arora Murder Case, Vikram Bhatt’s next directorial venture

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MUMBAI: After churning out films based on murder mysteries, frightening creatures and evil omens, Vikram Bhatt is back with a realistic drama on a subject which every middleclass Indian fears and prays it never happen to anyone, death in a hospital. The script of the flick has been carefully knitted around some real drama in Operation Theater and courtroom, giving an equal share of both.

The movie starring KK Menon, Tisca Chopra, Paoli Dam and Arjun Mathur, directed by Suhail Tatari and co-produced by Dhanraj Films Pvt Ltd and BVG Films (a division of ASA), is enthused by real-life happenings of medical negligence, with all strata of society falling prey to the episodes that very few are aware of.

The storyline is created in the line to expose and address the fatal flaws in the medical profession - producer-director Vikram Bhatt with his upcoming next titled ‘Ankur Arora Murder Case‘ will take audiences from the operation theatre to the courtroom as a well-known surgeon, essayed by the talented K K Menon will be put on the stand and tried for murder.

This will be another demanding directorial endeavour for Vikram Bhatt, who pins his hope on the concept of the movie and seeing medical negligence in a different connotation. "I am aiming at creating a sensible realistic drama on one of middleclass Indian‘s biggest fears, death in a hospital. I‘m deeply disturbed by the spate of deaths due to medical negligence. We assume only the poor die due to medical negligence. Not so. The rich who can afford the best treatment also die because someone in the Operation Theatres goofs up. It‘s very important to not to let gross medical negligence go unpunished. We are saying that Ankur Arora didn‘t die just because doctors failed to save him. Instead, it was plain murder."

Directed by Suhail Tatari, Vikram Bhatt, Dhanraj Films Pvt Ltd and BVG Films‘ ‘Ankur Arora Murder Case‘ comes to a theatre near you 14th June 2013.

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