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After tackling the global issue of terrorism in the most impartial, compelling and comprehensive manner in his last masterpiece Khuda Kay Liye , director Shoaib Mansoor shifts focus to discussing domestic concerns of our neighbouring countrymen, their community and, by large, the humankind in Bol . The entire story unveils in the flashback mode as Zainub (Humaima Malik) narrates her life history to the media, minutes before being sentenced to death. Born in a conservative Muslim family, Zainub is the eldest amongst half a dozen daughters of Hakim Sahib (Manzar Sehbai). The father's quest for a male successor in his family is thwarted when a son is born but with effeminate traits. As the son Saifee (Amr Kashmiri) grows up amidst sisters, the father almost disregards his presence in the family.
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