'Maula Jatt' is the best thing for Pakistan since 92 World Cup, Yasir Hussain.

'Maula Jatt' is the best thing for Pakistan since 92 World Cup, Yasir Hussain.

Posted on Oct 21, 2022

Actor, director and writer Yasir Hussain hailed the recently released mega-budget and mega-cast film 'The Legend of Maula Jatt', calling it the best thing for Pakistan since the 1992 Cricket World Cup. 

Yasir Hussain shared the film's poster on Instagram, expressed his feelings, and wrote that 'The Legend of Maula Jatt' does not need anyone's support.

He praised the film's cast and wrote that from today the new Mullah of Pakistan is Fawad Khan.

He wrote that after Sultan Rahi, Pakistanis were not ready to recognise any other actor as Maula Jatt, but the new Moola Jat of Pakistan will be Fawad Khan.

He also praised the actions of the film's main heroine, Mahira Khan, and described her role as the most difficult.

 
 
 
 
 
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At the same time, Yasir Hussain praised the roles and actions of Humaima Malik and Shafqat Cheema and appreciated the roles of actresses Resham, Babar Ali and Ali Azmat.

While praising the film, he wrote that while watching the film, one does not feel even for a moment to take out one's mobile phone or get up from one's chair due to boredom.

Yasir Hussain wrote that 'The Legend of Maula Jatt' is such a wonderful film that it doesn't need anyone else's support, but cinemagoers should need it to run.

He also regrets that some cinema owners did not release 'The Legend of Maula Jatt'.

 
 
 
 
 
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It should be noted that 'The Legend of Maula Jatt' was released on October 13 worldwide, including in Pakistan, and was screened on more than 500 cinema screens worldwide.

It became the first Pakistani film to be shown on more screens abroad than domestically, while the film also set a new record by earning over Rs 50 crore in its first five days.

It became the first Pakistani film to earn half a billion rupees in its first week of release.

Bilal Lashari directs the film while Ammara Hikmat produces it; the film's main cast includes Mahira Khan, Humima Malik, Fawad Khan and Hamza Ali Abbasi.

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