Meera and Amna Ilyas Bring Out the Glamour in ‘Baaji’

Is Meera the protagonist or Amna Ilyas?

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Meera’s cinematic return Baaji just put out its first poster. This is also our first look at Amna Ilyas and Meera in Baaji.

In the midst of Pakistan’s Bollywood ban, Baaji is timed perfectly. It portrays a Lollywood that is in a state of change.

Baaji: Plot Details

Saqib Malik’s directorial debut is about the death of classic Lollywood, and the establishment of the new Pakistani cinema industry.

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The poster gives us our first look at veteran actress Meera, and the aspiring Amna Ilyas as characters in the film.

The poster is captioned ‘Every Dream Has A Price’. The tagline gives the vibe that there’s a lot more to the story than what we’ve been told. Just scratching the surface, we’ve got Meera and Amna Ilyas, and we still don’t know who is the protagonist and antagonist among the two.


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A Much Anticipated Film

This movie was already on the list of much watch films of 2019. Now the poster leaves us with questions.

We’ll just have the see the movie to find out. Baaji’s release date is June 2019

The Baaji cast includes other A-listers Osman Khalid Butt, Mohsin Abbas Haider, Ali Kazmi, Nayyer Ejaz and Nisho Begum in pivotal roles.

This is another venture by ARY Digital. The production house put out the Sherdil trailer recently, and before audiences could recover, they released Baaji‘s first poster a day later.


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Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.

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