Legend of Maula Jatt

Pakistan’s film industry has been on a roll this year, with a number of releases which went on to become superhit blockbusters, another such film is on its way, the multi-starrer ‘Maula Jatt 2’.

The film has a stellar cast that includes, Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan, Hamza Ali Abbasi and Humaima Malick and is being directed by the brilliant, Bilal Lashari.


However, things seem to be dismal as warning letters have been issued to the director and cast by Bahoo Films Corporation who are the producers of the original Maula Jatt who have accused them of illegally re-making the film without consent.

The legal notice sent warns the actors, producer, and director to stop working on this project otherwise they would have to face major consequences.

Bhatti has also accused Bilal Lashari of lying about purchasing the film rights from Nasir Adeeb.

Legal Warnings Were Sent to The Cast of Maula Jatt 2

Fawad Khan 

Courtesy: Express Tribune

The notice further warns the stars on the ‘Illegal Project’ they are working on.

“You are blessed with a good reputation in this respective field and the team who is involved in the illegal reproduction is clearly not concerned about your status. However, we believe you must take care of your own reputation if no one else is doing so.”

Humaima Malick

humaima malick

Courtesy: Express Tribune

Mahira Khan

mahira khan

Courtesy: Express Tribune

Hamza Ali Abbasi

Courtesy: Express Tribune

The letters attached above have been issued on behalf of film producer Sarwer Bhatti and his son Mohammed Muttaqi, CEO of Bahoo Films Corporation.

The actors have been asked to respond to the notice to avoid any legal action to be taken against them. However, none of the stars have spoken about the warning letter issued to them as yet.

Muttaqi spoke to the Express Tribune and mentioned,

“We plan on bringing the shooting to a halt and have the paperwork ready. Maula Jatt was a real asset for this film industry. As we live in a country where the law and courts still exist, we will not let any influential groups or people violate Pakistan’s law.”

These notices sure do put a damper on things, will this halt the production of the film we’ve all been waiting for.

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