Where are all the South Asian doctors in Grey’s Anatomy? It looks like, the show again disappointed its audiences. Scroll down to know the reason!
Grey’s Anatomy has been entertaining its fans for more than a decade. The show has become the biggest platform for newbies and former regular actors who went on to even greater success after their appearance on the show. But there’s one question that used to pop up for many years in Grey’s Anatomy audiences that when the show will cast brown characters after the two South-Asian doctors.
- Why Grey’s Anatomy fired two South-Asian doctors?
- The show took 14 seasons to hire two South-Asian doctors.
- Is Grey’s Anatomy biased when it comes to casting?
Grey’s Anatomy Took 14 Seasons To Hire Two South-Asian Doctors:
Over the years, Grey’s Anatomy hired blind casting in the show. The maker of the show Shonda Rhimes has been applauded for an overgrowing cast of different characters. But the show took a long time to hire two South-Asian doctors since the show aired. The two characters Vikram Roy portrayed by Rushi Kota and Dahlia Qadri portrayed Sophia Ali were the first South-Asian doctors in a fresh batch of medical interns to join the Grey’s Anatomy.
Grey’s Anatomy Is Biased Towards It’s South-Asian Cast:
It looks like the show has never given a chance to Rushi Kota and Sophia Ali to explore their characters and to connect with the audiences. As their characters were restricted and both were fired in the latest season. Now, the fans are wondering how long they will have to wait to see another brown actor.
According to the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, a huge number of people are practicing physicians in the US are Indian or Indian American. This is why the fans of Grey’s Anatomy wants to see South-Asian casts in the show.
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