A party from Iran has developed a strong interest in The Legend of Maula Jutt, a masterpiece of Punjabi cinema, while seeing historical sites in Lahore. The Federal Minister for Cultural Heritage, Museums, and Tourism, Sayyed Izzat Ullah Zarghami, and the directors general of the Iranian Cultural Centre in Lahore, Mehran Movahedfar and Jafar Ronas, visited important sites like the Lahore Fort, the Badshahi Mosque, and Mazar-e-Iqbal, according to reports.
The delegation’s love with the well-known Pakistani movie The Legend of Maula Jutt became clear after their cultural travels. The delegates, who were enthusiastic about the film, expressed a desire to have it dubbed into Persian so that Iranian audiences might see it in theatres.
Yahya Saleem, the person behind Universal Cinemas, meticulously planned a private screening to facilitate this unique movie experience. The spectacular performances on screen enthralled the Iranian visitors, who expressed their desire for the movie to become a source of entertainment for Iranians.
This act of cultural exchange and admiration represents the ongoing ability of art to unite people from different countries and make their stories relatable to a wide range of viewers. The Legend of Maula Jatt’s probable release in Iranian theatres might represent a significant development in the filmmaking cooperation between Iran and the subcontinent, further solidifying the cultural links that connect these two areas.
The movie starring Mahira Khan, Fawad Khan, and Hamza Ali Abbasi wouldn’t have this as its debut achievement. The blockbuster, which came out on October 13 of last year, was hailed as the best Pakistani movie ever. Ammara Hikmat, the film’s producer, recently disclosed that the worldwide gross for the movie exceeded Rs400 crore.