December 3, 2022

‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ is the first Pakistani film to earn Rs 80 crore in the first week

The Legend of Maula Jatt also has the distinction of being shown on more screens abroad than in Pakistan

The Legend of Maula Jatt

‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ was released last week on October 13 worldwide including Pakistan, the film was screened on around 1000 screens across the world.

The film had earned a new record by earning Rs 10 crore on its first day of release, while the film had made a new history by earning Rs 50 crore in just 5 days.

Till date in the history of Pakistani cinema, no film has earned 50 crore rupees in five days, while now this film earned another record by earning 80 crore rupees in a single week.

The post on the official Instagram of ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ about the film’s one-week earnings stated that the film has earned more than 360 million US Dollars or 800 million Pakistani Rupees worldwide.

The film made the highest earnings from the local box office i.e. Pakistan, the film earned around 1 million US dollars in a single week from the country, the second number film distributed money from the Gulf countries.

After grossing Rs 80 crore in a single week, the film grossed more than its budget, with reports suggesting that the film was made for Rs 50-60 crore.

It is also the most expensive film in Pakistan, as no film has ever cost so much to make.

After the film’s record grossing, the team announced that it will now be screened in 100 more screens worldwide, making the film the first film to reach 1,000 screens in total.

‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ also has the distinction of being shown on more screens abroad than in Pakistan, as there are few cinemas in Pakistan, while some cinemas here have closed due to expensive tickets. He also apologized for releasing it.

Two days ago, the film’s distributor, Nadeem Mandviwala, said that the film cost a lot of money to make, due to which tickets were sold as high as Rs 200 in the first week of the film’s release in the country.

The film is a remake of the 1979 film ‘Maula Jatt’, starring Hamza Ali Abbasi, Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan and Humima Malik among others, directed by Bilal Lashari and directed by Amara Hekmat. Produced?

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