This is a review now. It’s a rent. Sanham Saeed, I was about to study Mohib Mirza star Bachaana. I wish I could. After watching the film, the only thing I have to keep in mind is the determination of loyalty and the presumed weakness of it.
Bachaana is the longest line of Pakistani films deprived of what appears to be the country’s film industry’s Achilles’ heel: zero sense of plot and storytelling. While the critics of critics like myself cause the money and resources to be inadequate to justify the childhood of the industry, a film like this, none of them understand that they will not be able to write and produce such bad writings.