Bin Roye Movie Review: A Pure Family Drama

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HUM TV has finally premiered its most awaited movie Bin Roye, featuring the gorgeous Mahira Khan as Saba, Humayun Saeed as Irtiza and Pakistani-Canadian actress Armeena Rana Khan as Saman. Mahira, who had given two years of her life to this movie, has shown great acting skills, especially during emotional scenes after the interval. Humayun, though looks a little older, but is not a bad choice for those who have read Farhat Istiaq’s novel. As for new-comer Armeena Rana, she did justice with her supporting role in the movie. The movie is a pure family drama with romance, some suspense and many emotions. It is about Saba’s lost love, regrets, and reunion with Irtiza.


The movie is a pure family drama with romance, some suspense and many emotions. It is about Saba’s lost love, regrets, and reunion with Irtiza.


 

Cast of Bin Roye along with Momina Duraid
Bin Roye cast along with Producer/Director Momina Duraid at the Premier in Karachi

Kehtey Hain Eid Ka Chand Dekh Kar Jo Dua Mango, Wo Puri Hojati Hai,’ says Saba. ‘Bus Jo Mera Hai, Wo Mera Hi Rahey,’ she wishes. The very first scene of the movie depicts Chand Raat in Pakistan, a night with lots of colors and happenings around Saba and Irtiza. With this part, the movie beautifully portrays the colourful culture of Pakistan.

Saba is still a teenager while Irtiza is stepping into his thirties. Despite of their age difference, they share strong chemistry. But, this chemistry does not turn into a love story as Bin Roye takes its first twist and Irtiza goes abroad and falls in love with Saman, the elder sister of Saba. The rest of the story is about Saba’s lost love, her obsession, hopelessness and regrets.

“Bin roye is a romantic emotional roller coaster which takes much time to reach its destination,” writes Danish Mughal, a veteran blogger & founder of Pakium.com . “Mahira Khan stands out with her stunning performance…” he adds.


“Bin roye is a romantic emotional roller coaster which takes much time to reach its destination,” writes Danish Mughal, a veteran blogger.


“We all know how difficult it is to do justice to the books but here we are facing a totally different story. There was a lack of harmony in the scenes. Everything was happening very abruptly. I like my mango shake and my movies quite blended,” Sadiya Azhar, another blogger from Karachi writes in her blog.

Watch: Ballay Ballay OST Bin Roye By Shiraz Uppal and Harshdeep Kaur

The reason behind things happening abruptly seems the number of directors. Reportedly, Bin Roye is directed by as many as 6 directors at different stages. But, despite this transitional issue, it succeeds to catch the attention of viewers because of Mahira Khan, strong music and breathtaking locations and shots.

Also watch: Teray Bina Jeena song OST Bin Roye featuring Mahira Khan and Humayoun Saeed

A strange yet very interesting thing about Bin Roye music is that despite of big names like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Abida Parveen, Sheeraz Uppal and Zeb Bangush, Ankit Tiwari’s ‘O Yara’ stands out. A good number of viewers were heard singing O Yara after the premier in Karachi. Balle Balle, Tere Bin Jeena and Maula Maula were also being discussed after the first show.

Bin Roye is releasing on this Eid ul Fitr in Pakistan and on 17th July in India. We highly recommend our visitors to watch it once in Cinema.

Movie Rating:

Acting 4/5 (0.5 extra because of Mahira Khan)

Direction 3/5

Music 4/5

Overall 3.5/5

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