Karan Johar spotted watching ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ in Dubai

Recently, The Legend of Maula Jatt (TLOMJ) was observed being watched in Dubai by Bollywood’s top director and popular host Karan Johar, much to the delight of Pakistani fans!

Karan johar was photographed by a moviegoer at the theatre while he was enjoying the epic Punjabi actioner during a screening in Dubai. Since then, pictures from the screening have circulated on social media.

One of these images shows Karan johar grinning at the screen, while another shows him exiting the room as the credits roll and TLOMJ author Nasir Adeeb’s name is displayed behind him.

The Pakistani hit has only been seen by one public figure from India so far: Karan johar. It is not surprising that Karan attended Fawad Khan’s big-screen comeback given that his final acting role was in Karan johar Ae Dil Hai Muskil, which was released in October 2016. He’s tight with Fawad Khan, another user added.

On his social media accounts, the director hasn’t made any mention of the movie or attending its screening. The director and producer have not yet responded to the online images of him.

In its second week of release, TLOMJ, the landmark film by Bilal Lashari and Ammara Hikmat that stars Fawad, Mahira Khan, and Hamza Ali Abbasi, has already attained an important milestone. TLOMJ, according to Deadline, is the first Pakistani movie to gross more than PKR 100cr ($4.5 million) worldwide.

The highest-grossing Punjabi-language Pakistani movie to date made more money on its thirteenth day than Ram Setu and Thank God, starring Sidharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgn, combined for their debut days.

The journal stated the following while presenting the movie’s box office results: “PKR115 crore ($5.2 million) had been earned by The Legend of Maula Jatt as of Tuesday. Out of it, PKR82 crore ($3.7 million) comes from international markets, while PKR33 crore ($1.5 million) comes from domestic markets. Through Wednesday, it has earned £866K ($1 million), making it the highest-grossing Punjabi film ever in the UK.”

The story continued, “The epic has earned $728,000 in the US over two weekends and $525,000 in Canada until Sunday. Performance during the week has also been excellent, particularly in the UK, Canada, and Australia.”