‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ becomes first Pakistani film to earn 150 crore
As the first film in Pakistan to gross over PKR 150 crore, The Legend of Maula Jatt’s winning streak continues! At the Pakistani and foreign box offices, the film directed by Bilal Lashari has made over PKR 150 crore.
On the movie’s official Twitter account, the announcement was posted. A tweet stated, “Setting a new record for Pakistani film with 150 Crore, The Legend of Maula Jatt is dominating the global box office.” Social media was used by Lashari to thank everyone for their love and support.
He wrote, “You did it!” The Legend of Maula Jatt has overthrown popular Indian movies at the UK box office in less than 20 days since its release. Ahead of Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra, Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan’s epic defeated the well-liked RRR at the UK box office. The Ammara Hikmat production has now surpassed the Ayan Mukerji film’s performance as well.
The movie has made £1.045 million at the box office, compared to £1.036 million for Brahmastra. The film by Lashari cannot be stopped.
On the day of the release of his eagerly anticipated film, the director had previously written a note. Before his remake of the 1979 classic’s star-studded debut, the 38-year-old filmmaker said on his Instagram account, “An unattainable ambition, that is who you were a decade ago.” “You are now real, not just a creation of my imagination or a pipe dream. It has been such a journey!”
Finally, Lashari said “Tonight, I must finally say goodbye to you. You must permit me to leave so that I can continue to dream an unwritten tale from another realm.”
The film’s producers revealed earlier this week that the worldwide gross had surpassed Rs100 crores. The star-studded ensemble of the blockbuster movie, including producer Ammara Hikmat and director Lashari, expressed their gratitude to the public for helping to make 1979’s version of on the run Pakistan’s all-time highest grossing movie.
Key parts in The Legend of Maula Jatt are played by Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Humaima Malick, Gohar Rasheed, and Faris Shafi.