"The Indian Medical association wants Aamir to apologise for exposing corruption in their profession. That is really sick," Akhtar posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
After highlighting social issues like female foeticide and dowry, Aamir, in the fourth episode of his show, put the spotlight on healthcare and malpractices in the medical profession. Reacting to the episode, an umbrella body of 21 medical institutions Wednesday asked the actor to apologise.
"It is not Aamir Khan but some immoral dishonest greedy and corrupt doctors who are insulting the medical profession and many honest doctors," wrote Akthar.
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