'Maula Jatt' left Indian films behind by creating earnings records.
The Pakistani Punjabi film 'The Legend of Maula Jatt', released on October 13 last month, surpassed Indian films by creating many new earnings records.
Director Bilal Lashari and producer Ammara Hikmat’s film also became the first Pakistani film to earn Rs 100 crore in the top 10. At the same time, it surpassed Bollywood actor Ajay Devgan's 'Thank God' and Akshay Kumar's ‘Ram Setu last month. ' had overtaken the global cinema in a single day's earnings.
Now 'The Legend of Maula Jatt' has earned a new title of earning at the UK box office by earning 1.3 million pounds so far, surpassing Indian films in earnings there as well.
According to the showbiz website Screen Daily', a Pakistani film has become the first film from the subcontinent to earn a record at the British box office.
Mahira Khan, Fawad Khan, Hamza Ali Abbasi and Humima Malik's film has earned 35 crore Pakistani rupees from British cinemas, which is also a unique record.
To date, no Pakistani or Indian film has been able to earn so much from British cinemas alone.
Before getting the above honour, 'The Legend of Maula Jatt' had earned the title of the highest-grossing Punjabi film last week by earning a record 7.8 million dollars worldwide.
To date, no Punjabi language film from Pakistan or India has been able to earn such a record, although many other Indian films have earned more than this.
'The Legend of Maula Jatt' had earned a record of Rs 170 crore from around the world, including Pakistan, till November 10, i.e. in about a month.
'Maula Jatt' has now become Pakistan's record and highest-grossing debut film, before which many Pakistani films grossed between Rs 50-70 crores.
Starring Hamza Ali Abbasi, Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan, and Humima Malik, among others, the film is a remake of Bilal Lashari and Amara Hekmat's 1979 film Maula Jatt.
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