‘Bol‘ is Shoaib Mansoor‘s succeeding spectacular burst through of revealing life with its complexities. After ‘Khuda Kay Liye‘, that went on to win numerous international awards, ‘Bol’ is another attention-grabbing story authored by him. A story that demonstrates hardly to make ends meets. On the crown of the poverty, the father subscribes to a set of morals that personify contradictions, values that have not been questioned.
‘Bol’ is a roller coaster of sentiments, yet carries subtleties that make your heartbeat bring to a halt. Based in the heart of Lahore, the fairy-tale takes place in a house full of daughters, with the vibrancy of living and yet constraints on flourishing.
It questions the significance of a human being, may it be a woman or a person born with a birth imperfection. It questions the authority of reproducing human beings into this world without taking responsibility for acknowledging their significance.
‘Bol’ takes you through a journey into the life of this family experiencing their troubles, sufferings, resolves and high points. As family members take the decision to solve their problems they step into deeper troubles. The complexity of their circumstances becomes a struggle of life and death.
Bol Movie First glance Humaima Malick, after gaining recognition on the small in the topical years, has been singled out for the big screen for the first time. She plays a daughter who gets affected for the most part by the family tensions. She values the norms she has been given by her parents yet is compelled by her spontaneous logic and sense of justice to rebel.