The Legend Of Maula Jatt To Release In India? Crosses $10 Million Worldwide

The Legend Of Maula Jatt was one of the show-stealer movies released in 2022. The Pakistani movie not only broke all the previous records of Pakistan but also went on to collect a whopping $10 Million worldwide. And for the Indian fans who are eagerly waiting for the film’s release in India, there is good news. 

As per reports, The Legend Of Maula Jatt might soon release in India. The Pakistani movie is expected to hit the silver screens on 23 December 2022, but any kind of official confirmation and announcement regarding the same is awaited. 

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Coming back to the whopping earnings of The Legend Of Maula Jatt, the film has become the highest-grosser movie in the history of Pakistani Cinema. This film is also believed to be the most expensive Pakistani movie ever made, as it budget ranged from 45-50 crores. 

After it was released, it earned $3.98 million from its home country Pakistan and $6 million from international markets. Here is the breakdown of the film’s overall collection;

USA / Canada$2,200,000
United Kingdom$1,550,000
Middle East$1,380,000
Rest of the World$100,000

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Moreover, coming to more details of the film, The Legend Of Maula Jatt stars amazing actors like Fawad Khan, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Mahira Khan, Humaima Malik, Gohar Rasheed, and Faris Shafi. 
The film is directed by Bilal Lashari. Emotional about the film’s release, he shared a heartfelt note on Instagram. In the caption, he wrote, “An impossible dream, that is who you were a decade ago. Today you are for real, no more a figment of my imagination or a project of a dreamer. What a journey it has been! How do I describe you? My mentor, my dearest friend, the one who brought to me binding friendships, a dream team and a lifetime of stories that will outlive life itself?”

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