Bol (meaning Speak), is a 2011 Urdu-language social drama Pakistani, Lollywood film written, directed and produced by Shoaib Mansoor, released 24 June 2011. The film stars Humaima Malik, Atif Aslam, Mahira Khan, Iman Ali, Shafaqat Cheema, Amr Kashmiri, Manzar Sehbai and Zaib Rehman in the lead roles. It became the first highest-
grossing Pakistani film of all time. It concerns a religious Muslim family facing financial difficulties caused by too many children and changing times, with a major plot involving the father’s desire to have another son and his rejection of his existing transgendered male-assigned-at-birth daughter.
Bol is set in Lahore and many students from National College of Arts’ (NCA) filmmaking department have assisted Shoaib Mansoor on it.
Given below is a scene from the film :