The Legend of Maula Jatt Coming to Cinemas on October 13th, 2022

Finally, Wait is over! Film Industry 

Finally, a release date is announced for Pakistan’s high-profile movie, The Legend of Maula Jatt.

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On OCT. 13, a movie starring Fawad Khan as Maula Jatt and Mahira Khan as Mukkho will be released in theatres!  Yunus Malik’s 1979 cult masterpiece “Maula Jatt” is being rebooted in the much-awaited Punjabi movie.

The Legend of Maula Jatt has been delayed for over four years due to legal complications, which were later compounded by the epidemic.

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Bilal Lashari, who also wrote the screenplay, asserts that the movie is the biggest action picture ever made in Pakistan.

Hamza Ali Abbasi will play Noori Nath in the movie, maybe in his final performance.

Famous celebrities like Mirza Gohar Rasheed, Humaima Malick, Ali Azmat, Shafqat Cheema, Faris Shafi, and Nayyer Ejaz also appear in the movie.

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The original Maula Jatt’s creator, Sarwar Bhatti, filed a complaint with the Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan’s tribunal (IPO) in 2018, saying that Bilal Lashari and his crew had violated the rights to his film because he was the legitimate owner.

The Legend of Maula Jatt, a film by Lashari, was not allowed to be released, according to Bhatti, whose assertions were later refuted by the IPO.

Lashari Films and Encyclomedia, owned by Ammara Hikmat, produced the movie.

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The famous filmmaker of The Legend of Maula Jatt, Bilal Lashari, produced Pakistan’s most expensive and engrossing revival of the decade.

Despite still being a “figment” of Mr. Lashari’s mind at the time, the movie managed to keep people’s attention after debuting with an announcement in 2013 and a teaser in 2019.

Many of Pakistan’s most well-known actors and actresses are featured in the cast, including Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Humaima Malick, Gohar Rasheed, Ali Azmat, and even Faris Shafi.

For those who are unaware, this magnificent Punjabi film—starring Sultan Rahi and Mustafa Qureshi—is a remake of the 1979 cult classic Maula Jatt.



The popular Punjabi masterpiece’s surroundings feature a complex overlay of sets that suspends the audience’s disbelief and effectively transports them to the time period in which Maula actually lived.


A sense of excess that “reeks” of many of the seven deadly sins, such as pride, greed, gluttony, wrath, and sloth, is intertwined throughout The Legend of Maula Jatt.



The constant use of colors like Yellow, Navy Blue, and Black is what draws the most attention, despite the huge quantities of meaning etched into the frame.

All of which allude to Maula’s yearning for warmth, the Natt clan’s eerie appearance of greed, and even luxury (described by the color Yellow).

On the other hand, the constant usage of Navy Blue and Black in almost every frame emphasizes isolation and even terror.


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