KARACHI: The replica of Maula Jatt’s “Gandasa” from “The Legend of Maula Jatt” was auctioned of in Canada for $50,000 at a charity event attended by many Pakistani expats.
This masterpiece was co-produced by Geo Films, Encyclomedia, and Lashari Films.
Fawad Khan, the lead actor in “The Legend of Maula Jatt,” appeared as a special guest at the fundraising event for the Sahara for Life Trust Hospital in Toronto, Canada.
‘Gandasa’ of the film’s hero, purchased by a Pakistani living in Canada
Aside from the guns used in the shooting scenes of “The Legend of Maula Jatt,” the “Gandasa” of the film’s hero, Fawad Khan, was auctioned off for $50,000 and was purchased by a Pakistani living in Canada.
Fawad Khan handed it over to the Pakistani, who bought the replica. This amount will be donated to the Sahara Life Trust for cancer treatment.
On this occasion, fans took selfies and autographs with their favorite actor, Fawad Khan.
While in the Pakistani film industry, the film became a roaring success, earning Rs290 crore and still running in theaters, it also played a major positive role in promoting welfare works.