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Bollywood films are outperformed by The Legend of Maula Jatt at the global box office.

Bollywood films are outperformed by The Legend of Maula Jatt at the global box office.

Bollywood films are outperformed by The Legend of Maula Jatt at the global box office.

Bollywood films are outperformed by The Legend of Maula Jatt at the global box office.

We have all seen Bollywood films earn more than $100 million at international box offices, but until recently, Pakistani films had not achieved comparable box office success.

One of the most anticipated and popular films at the moment is The Legend of Maula Jatt. In addition to altering the landscape of Pakistani cinema, Maula Jatt also made his impact on the world stage and outperformed two Indian films at the box office over the Diwali vacation.

On the tenth day after its release, the movie joined the exclusive Rs 100 crore club. Two Bollywood movies couldn’t compete with the Pakistani films at the international box office.

The Maula Jatt Legend Outperforms Bollywood Films
According to the Indian analyst, two Diwali releases—Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra’s Thank God and Akshay Kumar and Jacqueline Fernandez’s Ram Setu—failed to draw in a global audience.

An Indian film industry analyst tweeted that Bilal Lashari’s fantasy project has managed to generate more revenue on its thirteenth day than Indian films on their opening day.

 

Due to the Diwali vacation, Ram Setu and Thank God at least earned respectable collections on day one in India, but both fared poorly elsewhere. The Legend of Maula Jatt, a Pakistani film, is doing better than both Bollywood blockbusters on their first day, according to Nahta’s tweet.

Big Numbers

He provided data to back up his assertion by sharing box office results from various nations. The 13th day of The Legend of Maula Jatt, Tuesday, October 25, in Canada: $31,183. Honeymoon ($20,923), Thank God ($14,444), and Ram Setu ($12,714) are all Punjabi films.

Nahta said, “UK: The 13th day of The Legend of Maula Jatt is £32,261 on Tuesday, October 25. Thank God (Day 1): £11,884; Ram Setu (Day 1): £11,794 The Legend of Maula Jatt is worth $10,282, Nahta tweeted, revealing Australia’s figures for the same day. Thank God (Day 1): $9,273, and Ram Setu (Day 1): $11,307

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