The country’s film industry has been setting new milestones thanks to The Legend of Maula Jatt. According to a box office report, the movie made Rs. 500 million ($2.3 million). The movie made $2.3 million in its first weekend worldwide.
The movie was number one in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), sixth in Canadian theatres, eighth in Australia, and ninth in the United Kingdom, according to statistics provided.
According to the box office report, TLOMJ made $526,902 in Pakistan, $515,000 in the Gulf, $354,465 in the UK, $289,739 in the USA, $235,172 in Canada, $160,390 in Australia, and $250,000 in all other countries.
With exhibitors regularly booking more screenings to meet customer demand, the incredible response to the movie has resulted in full-house shows and lines outside of cinemas throughout the world.
Standing ovations have been recorded in movie theatres all around the world because of how highly the movie has been praised. The movie is playing on more screens every day.
Ammara Hikmat, the film’s producer, stated,
The Legend Of Maula Jatt has been our labor of love for years. The pandemic came and went, but we knew we had to wait for a theatrical release because the movie is unquestionably best seen on a big screen, as proven by the sheer amount of cinema-goers who have visited the theaters and the packed house screenings, with exhibitors adding additional shows to the weekend schedule. We’re overjoyed that our movie has smashed records, established new standards for Pakistani cinema, and received praise from reviewers and audiences throughout the world in addition to domestic audiences.