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Actor(s) Anil Dhawan, mahira Khan, humaima Malick, atif Aslam, shafqat Cheema, iman Ali
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Bol - Original Vcd Vcd Director: Shoaib Mansoor Music Director:shoaib Mansoor Langauge:hindi Genre: Drama Year Of Production:2011 Label: Eros Starcast:anil Dhawan, Mahira Khan, Humaima Malick, Atif Aslam, Shafqat Cheema, Iman Ali,
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Publication Date January 1, 2011
Theatrical Release Date January 1, 2011
Format Video CD
Genre Drama - family life, drama
Censor Rating U (Universal)
Actor(s) Anil Dhawan, mahira Khan, humaima Malick, atif Aslam, shafqat Cheema, iman Ali
Director(s) Shoaib Mansoor
No of Discs 2
ESRB Rating Everyone
Studio EROS

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     Cross Border movie by Shoaib Mansoor ! 15 May, 2014 On
    From the amazing director who made Khuda Kay Liye, Shoaib Mansoor gives out another thought provoking movie Bol! With Atif Aslam, the singer in the cast .. it did get recognized but i still think it hasn’t really got the recognition it deserves!

    Set in Pakistan’s Lahore, it truly shows the real plight of women and about one girl who challenges these age-old societal norms! It’s revolves around a Muslim family with a forever-unhappy father who has facing financial difficulties as a result of the large family, mostly girls whom he sees as a huge burden and one son!
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  2.  ‘Bol’ leaves you speechless 8 June, 2014 On
    “Agar maarna gunaah hai to paida karna gunaah kyu nahi?” – is a question that will linger on your mind for a long time after watching the film, ‘Bol’. Director Shoaib Mansoor seems to be a man on a mission, employing his filmmaking skills to eradicate misconceptions about Islam. If Khuda Ke Liye was about music v/s Islam, ‘Bol’ is about contraception v/s Islam.

    Producing more children than one could afford is a burning issue not only inPakistan, but alsoIndia. It’s an issue that most people brush under the carpet, reasoning that Islam doesn’t allow contraception. Agreed, the Holy Qur’an doesn’t permit abortion (which religion does?), but it doesn’t stop anyone to avoid begetting a child, by practicing coitus interruptus or using contraceptive methods. The film ‘Bol’ explores the journey of a woman’s (Humaima Khan) rebellion against her father, who impregnates his wife every year, increasing the number of mouths he couldn’t afford to feed with his meager income.

    Once Hakeem (Manzar Sehbai) sheepishly says to his wife, “Tum khaana itna lazeez banaati ho ke sabke liye kam pad jaata hain,’ while the bevy of daughters eat in silence. Laced with power-packed performance, ‘Bol’ adopts a slow-paced, but engaging narrative replete with twists and turns, of a eunuch family member, daughter falling for a musician (Atif Aslam), Hakeem’s pact with a brothel owner, and much more in the offing. ‘Bol’ reflects on unquestioned beliefs, and you walk out concluding that there are mirrors on other side of the border.
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