Karan Johar Watched Maula Jatt: A picture of Karan Johar, the veteran director of the Hindi film industry, who gave more than one film in his film career, has become a topic of discussion on social media. Karan has recently been spotted watching a Pakistani film. His photo from the theater is becoming quite viral on social media.
Actually, Karan Johar recently enjoyed Pakistani actor Fawad Khan’s recently released film ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’. While watching the film, his picture became viral on social media. Let us know who has shared the picture of Karan Johar.
User named Umair Sandhu shared
While watching Fawad Khan’s ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ in the cinema hall, Karan Johar’s picture has been shared by a user named Umair Sandhu on social media website Twitter. However, Umair Sandhu did not mention in his post that from which country this photo shared by Karan Johar belongs. So far no reaction has come from Karan Johar’s side on this photo.
— Umair Sandhu (@UmairSandu) October 29, 2022
Comment on Karan’s picture
Users made strong comments on Karan Johar’s picture. Commenting on a user named Sadia, wrote that ‘She has seen this film in Dubai.’ With this, another user named Jai Dhara commented, ‘Now don’t say that you have specially gone to Pakistan to see.’ Along with this, other users also did not refrain from commenting on Karan’s photo.
Fawad Khan is a very famous artist of Pakistan. This film of Fawad has been kept in the category of all time hit. This film has achieved success in making great collections from Pakistan to other countries. The work of the actors in the film is being praised a lot. Along with this, the story of the film also got a lot of appreciation.
The Legend of Maula Jatt surpasses Bollywood films
According to a report in Pakistani newspaper ‘Dawn’, ‘The Legend of Moula Jatt’ earned a whopping Rs 38.5 lakh from 56 screens in the UK on the 13th day of its release, while Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra’s ‘ ‘Thank God’ earned only Rs 16 lakh from 83 screens. Akshay Kumar’s ‘Ram Setu’ has collected only Rs 13.6 lakh from 95 screens.