The Legend Of Maula Jatt: Fawad Khan Starrer Threatened By Raj Thackeray Led MNS Ahead Of Its Release In India

India release of The Legend of Maula Jat under threat from MNS

Pakistani actor, Fawad Khan, managed to charm the Indian audience within his short time in the Indian film industry, but relations between the two countries have always been a rocky one; Because of that, his time in this industry came to an end. Although, there was news that his upcoming film, The Legend of Moula Jatt, was about to release here, but that too has run into trouble recently!

He was seen in films like Khoobsurat, Kapoor and sons, and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil; His serials are also very popular among the Indian audience especially ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’. In The Legend of Maula Jatt, he will be opposite Mahira Khan, who also did a film here and that too with Shahrukh Khan,

For those who don’t know, the film is about the rivalry between gang leader Noori Nut, played by Hamza Ali Abbas, and Fawad’s Maula Jatt. Talking about the trouble Fawad Khan’s Maula Jaat got into, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Amey Khopkar posted a threat on his Twitter account that the film would not be allowed to release in India. He said in his official account, “Pakistani actor Fawad Khan’s Pakistani film ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ is planned to be released in India. It is most infuriating that an Indian company is leading this plan We will not allow this film to be released anywhere in India after Raj Sahab’s order.

Not only this, he further said, ‘Fawad Khan’s fans, traitors, can go to Pakistan and watch the film.’ Bilal Lashari directed the film, and he also wrote the film to make it more accessible to a global audience. As far as Fawad is concerned, he was last seen in Marvel’s web series Miss Marvel where he played a cameo as a freedom fighter.

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