Dr. Frank Lee Noegood is a piles doctor at an apothecary in Britain.  The region where Dr. Noegood practices is inhabited by a large number of alcoholics who are do not have a regular source of income. These alcoholics, being heady by nature, often indulge in reckless drinking binges and outrageous gastronomic exertions and expectedly end up suffering from a variety...

Before you read any further, may I recommend you read Swine Flu and the Fellowship Dinner – I first and then return to explore this post. Dr. Dimple Minochha, fondle fondly called Dr. Dimpy by all of us, is the hospital radiologist (that is to say, her knowledge of the human body is understandably more than just skin deep). A youthful person of attractive features...

It was one of those pleasant sort of mornings when you generally tend to break into yodelling a couple of Kishore Kumar’s tunes on the way to the hospital.  Somehow, you know that today, there won’t be a lot of patients in the OPD, and with that grumpy doc-roach by the name of Phadnis away on a trip, you might find a healthy opportunity to snuggle up with...

I have always been greatly impressed by the way doctors (the ones which are trained to treat humans) have conducted themselves in Hindi movies. Not only have they thrown their weight around with a certain degree of royal fervour, they have done the sensibilities of the audience a great deal of good by bouncing off a large number of hamming heroes/heroines on screen. Following...