I watched the second show of Saqib Malik’s debut directorial venture Baaji, a real treat for all Meera fans and a thorough entertainer. It would not be wrong to say that the film is a full package with all the right Masalas and ingredients to make it a worth watch and enjoyable movie. The film got drama, comedy,action, romance and thrill and bit of suspense too. I really like the way the movie took a drastic turn in the end of the film. The supposedly cool dude who happens to be the hero of the film turns into a villain!




Baaji is a full pack entertainment with  great music and best choreography. Thank God in this film we don’t have to see some lame dance steps like other flicks, choreography is just on spot so is direction. The Cameo of Mehwish Hayat Gangster Guriya  looks good though it  could be done better. The end of the movie is again unexpected one  and is really cool, its end is not like other films  which can be easily predictable. So Yes for me Baaji is a perfect Watch, a one in all package and a Must Watch. Rating it straight 4 stars.

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Recently watched #baaji Meera’s Feet get a starring role and Amna Ilyas’s feet get friendly appearances. The cinematography and music is lovely and the younger thespians acting good. Meera and the Kamal character played by Nayyer Ejaz too often think they’re in a 1980s Punjabi movie. Nisho was good as was Osman Khalid Butt and Ali Kazmi and Amna Ilyas. Sania Saeed’s lawyer was Sania Saeed’s lawyer. The script is tight and pacing is good but the dialogue is risible. You will either like the twist at the end or you will not. While I would have liked for the story to have stayed between the two women and further explore the ‘All About Eve’ territory, I was ok with the twist. Class differences were completely sidelined, and though sexual predation was touched upon it didn’t go there. The costumes were ok— but Why oh Why was Meera in a yuck blue dress during a very nice song in which the singer, Zeb Bangash, looked lovely. I have no idea what the scene after the end credits was supposed to be. Instead of girl being slapped, a guy was slapped. Do not endorse slapping culture unless real reason and not just patriarchy or temper tantrum. I went to watch Baaji coz it sounded different from the usual rhona dhona or ridiculous love stories and it was. Overall I enjoyed it. —- for Pakistan’s sake get ye some decent dialogue writers. Huge plus— Runa Laila’s/Shabnam’s babu chail chabeela getting a whole new life 😄 As for item numbers, Pakistan does not have a clubbing culture so these song-dances are always an interesting choice. #baajithefilm #pakistanifilms #pakistanifilmindustry #moviereviews #filmreviews #minireviews

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