Time to say it....
I was the first one to enter the theater. Then came in a group of 3 guys followed by my better half. A gang of four girls then filled the rest of the empty seats. There may have been a few more who saw the movie with us but whats important is that nobody left the theater during the entire run of the movie, no one could second guess the next turn in the story and there was an silly movie called "Bodyguard" running shows houseful after houseful at the same time. Such a shame.
Bol tries to bring in fore issues of Pakistan which are common to humanity in general. Autocratic rule of the father in the house, desire of boy child, justifying acts of crimes using religion as pretext and above all the debate on family planning. The last point is the central point of the story questioning our desire for more members in the family without the resources to give them a proper life.
What the films manages to do exceptionally well is to tie up all the loose ends perfectly and give us a story which full of turns, characters not sketched in black or white but in various shades of grey and an end the makes you think about it even after you are out of the theater.
I'll say go and watch Bol.