Indians turned fan as Pakistani film Cake airs on Netflix

Pakistani film Cake, after winning hearts in the native country, has now made buzz across the border as well with its unique story line.

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A year ago when Asim Abbasi’s debut film ‘Cake’ was released, it gathered a lot of attention from Pakistanis. But the magic has extended beyond the border now.

The film stars Aamina Sheikh, Adnan Malik and Sanam Saeed. Upon its release, it gained a lot of fan-following and was hailed as one of the best films by Pakistani industry.

The movie also got nominated for an Oscar in the ‘foreign language category’. The movie made it to Netflix, making it available to see for the whole of India, our neighbouring country.

However, the movie seemed to impress there as well as it managed to capture the hearts of everyone who saw it in India. After the Pakistani film Cake was released on Netflix, the Indians could not help themselves from being praising the masterpiece.

 

What is it about?

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The film revolves around a dysfunctional family of five people. Zareen, played by Aamina Sheikh, is the middle child who has compromised on her dreams to take care of her parents, their farmlands and pretty much everything else around the house.

Zara, played by Sanam Saeed, is the youngest child who has been living in the UK for years. The eldest sibling is Zain, played by Faris Khalid, who lives in New York with his wife, a kid and their parents (parents played by Mohammad Ahmed and Beo Rana Zafar).


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The story revolves around how the family unites after the health of their parents starts to deteriorate. To the journey to being reunited again, the movie presents a roller coaster of events grievances, regrets, grudges, secrets, happiness, humour and a dash of wit.

 

Pakistani film Cake wings hearts across the border:

Cake, after winning hearts in the native country, has now made buzz across the border as well with its unique storyline. Here is what they had to say:

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