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Baaghi Bids Adieu On An Emotional Note

Baaghi Bids Adieu On An Emotional Note, we saw the end of Baaghi, a play which was based on the internet sensation Qandeel Baloch aka Fauzia Batool. With the drama starting on a great note, as initially it focused more on her life back in the village; one began to see Qandeel Baloch in a different light than what everyone had perceived of her. Baaghi brought to the forefront a story that stated there was more to Qandeel Baloch than what met the eye and that is where the drama succeeded in grasping everyone’s attention including ours.

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Baaghi Bids Adieu On An Emotional Note

Another issue was the portrayal of Shehryar played by Osman Khalid Butt, as at times one did not understand how could such a well-read man belonging to a respectable family not have an issue with Kanwal posting the videos that she did. But if we move Qandeel Baloch out of the way then Baaghi was a very well made drama as from day one it kept us engrossed in its plot despite knowing how it was all going to end for Kanwal.

Baaghi Bids Adieu On An Emotional Note

With the industry who can be cruel at times, Baaghi also made us think that men who expose girls innocence in the name of promising them fame should also be held accountable.

Now one of the best scenes from the last episode was where Kanwal’s younger brother during the process of strangling her has flashbacks and so does Kanwal which made us realize how unpredictable life really is as the brother whom you adored all your life is the one who eventually kills you .

Baaghi Bids Adieu On An Emotional Note

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Qandeel 😔💔

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Written by Shazia Khan with screen play by Umera Ahmed, one is left quite sad that we won’t get to see Saba Qamar on TV any more as she completely nailed the role of Qandeel Baloch from her style of talking to her expression. Saba with Baaghi proved why she is the best.

Another actor who impressed us greatly was Ali Kazmi as Kanwal’s first husband Abid as we have never seen him play a villager and despite now in Canada Ali did a wonderful job with the Punjabi language as well as Khalid Malik who played Kanwal’s trusted friend.

Baaghi Bids Adieu On An Emotional Note

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So will we miss seeing Baaghi? Most definitely as it was a drama packed with powerful performances and a story which needed to be told. But if it had stayed a bit near to reality then that would have been amazing.

Baaghi Bids Adieu On An Emotional Note

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