The Legend of the Maula Jatt has set a new benchmark for all Pakistani films. The reason is that the response it is getting from the audience is beyond crazy. This much-speculated remake of the 1979 classic ‘Maula Jatt’ made its global release on October 13th. It is safe to say that the film, since then, has been living up to all the expectations of the people. Furthermore, its fantastic cast makes this film a lot more special.
People have loved the duo of superstars Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan since their show’ Humsafar,’ not just in Pakistan but globally as well. Being able to see them on the big screen is beyond exciting for the fans. Apart from Fawad and Mahira, the film also features Hamza Ali Abbasi and Humaima Malik in pivotal roles. If you are curious to know more, then read on.
‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ Breaks Record Worldwide
This historic-action film is enjoying a record-breaking welcome on its weekend opening. The film has not just created a sensation in Pakistan but also in plenty of other countries. Furthermore, with its worldwide release, it has become the highest-grossing Pakistani film globally.
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Including Norway, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, and South East Asia, The Legend of Maula Jatt has opened in 25 markets worldwide. In addition to this, if we talk about its total box office collection, it is a whopping earning of over PKR 50 crore. What is worth noting is that this film is one of the highest-budget movies in the Pakistani film industry.
At the Pakistani box office, the Fawab-Mahira starring film garnered PKR 11.30 crore and PKR 39.44 crore from global markets. The fans love the movie so much that it is trending in several countries.
Director Bilal Lashari Shares His Views
Director Bilal Lashari took to Twitter and shared that the film has racked up over PKR 50 crore. Furthermore, his post showed that his movie is trending as number 1 in UAE, 6 in Canada, 8 in Australia, and 9 in the UK.
His post showed a total collection of $516,902 from Pakistan, $515,000 from the Gulf, $354,465 from the UK, $289,739 from the USA, $250,000 from the rest of the world, $235,172 from Canada, and $160,390 from Australia.
In his recent conversation with the magazine Deadline, Lashari shared his happiness with the success of the film. He said he is overwhelmed with the response shown by all the fans and critics across the globe. Furthermore, he also shared how proud he is of the fact that this film has made Pakistani cinema come onto the global stage. Have you watched the movie yet? Do tell us in the comments below.