Saud Qasmi hints at Baby Baji 2?

Appearing on Nadir Ali’s podcast, Baby Baji actor Saud Qasmi has hinted that a second season of the show could be on the way.

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"It is the decision of the channel, writer and director.”

It’s no secret that Baby Baji was one of the most-watched Pakistani shows of 2023.

With a cast of Samina Ahmed, Saud Qasmi, Javeria Saud, Hassan Ahmed, Sunita Marshall and Munawar Saeed, Baby Baji proved popular with its audiences.

Saud Qasmi, who played Jamal, appeared on Nadir Ali’s podcast and hinted at the possibility that there could be a second season of the drama.

Nadir questioned if there would be a second season of Baby Baji to which Saud cheekily replied that there could be.

He said: “There was a lot that was left during the ending, we might pick it up in season two.

“It is the decision of the channel, writer and director.”

Saud was then asked about the famous slap scene, in which he is seen raising his hand at his wife Azra (Javeria Saud).

He said the slap scene came at the right time and that if the slap had taken place in the earlier episodes then there would not have been much of an impact, and that viewers would have lost interest in the drama.

The scene was applauded by the audience because it showed that an individual who has bad intentions towards their family would always get caught out for their wrongdoings.

He credited writer Mansoor Ahmed Khan, for the success of the scene and said he slapped Azra on behalf of the nation.

Saud went on to say that Baby Baji‘s success was due to the intentions of everyone involved in the project.

He continued:

“Plenty of people have been doing, and continue to do this work. Who God wills to bless with success is His decision.”

Baby Baji is based on the lives of a joint family, in which a mother (Samina Ahmed) wishes for her children to live together.

Things take a turn when the head of the house (Munawar Saeed) dies and the mother is left trying to keep her children united but is unable to do so.

The drama progresses as it follows the journey of the mother as she finds herself a burden on her children and ends up in a care home.

Baby Baji was appreciated for its true depiction of a joint family system and was applauded for highlighting that it was a common occurrence that not everybody who lived together got on with one another.

Sana is from a law background who's pursuing her love of writing. She likes reading, music, cooking and making her own jam. Her motto is: "Taking the second step is always less scarier than taking the first."

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