Although most Pakistani filmmakers and directors often claim that their film is a family-watching movie, it is in fact not suitable for viewing with families and especially young children.
Some action-packed and bold scenes of some Pakistani films released in the past were inappropriate for young children, however, filmmakers still called their films family films.
But before the film's release, Bilal Lashari, the upcoming action thriller film 'The Legend of Maula Jatt', has made it clear that his film is not fit for family viewing.
In a statement before the film's release, Bilal Lashari warned film fans about some of the action and fight scenes of the film, saying that his film is not actually for young children and vulnerable people.
Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan play the lead roles in the film - screenshot
Bilal Lashari advised people not to take children with them if they go to the cinemas to see 'The Legend of Maula Jatt'.
Explaining that children should not be taken, he said that since his film is an action thriller film, some scenes will get horrible graphics, so it would be good if the children did not take them to the cinema.
Bilal Lashari also made it clear that 'The Legend of Maula Jatt' is not for the weak-hearted, so such people should not go to the cinemas.
At the same time, he made it clear that his film is not based on any linguistic and cultural culture, and the fans will be more interested in seeing his film, the characters of the old movie 'Maula Jatt' and Maula and Noori.
Humaima Malik has also played a leading role in the film - screenshot
He claimed that seeing the Legend of Moula Jatt, the role of Moula and Noor would be inappropriate for a new generation.
Bilal Lashari is thought to be the writer and director of 'The Legend of Maula Jatt' while the film was produced by Amara Hikmat.
The story of the film revolves around Maula Jat (Fawad Khan) and Noor Nitani (Hamza Ali Abbasi), while Mahera Khan will also be seen in the lead role and the film will be released this year on Eid ul Fitr.