Women act like Maula Jatt and attack Fahad Mustafa
Maula Jatt (Punjabi: مولا جٹ) is a 1979 Pakistani Punjabi language action, musical film directed by Younis Malik and produced by Sarwar Bhatti. It stars Sultan Rahi in the lead role, with Aasia, and Mustafa Qureshi as the villain Noori Natt. Maula Jatt was a classic, receiving critical and popular acclaim. It has cult status in Pakistan. Such was its impact that it was copied by film makers in Pakistan where several films were given names with the suffix “Jatt”.
This movie belongs to a genre which represents the rural culture of Pakistani central Punjab. Its success set the trend of action films being popular in Pakistan and cemented Sultan Rahi as Lollywood’s main hero. The story of the movie originally inspired by Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi’s short story “Gandasa”.
On January 18, Bilal Lashari, the director of Waar announced that he will be directing the re-make of Maula Jatt. On sequel he commented “My version of Maula Jatt will be a visual epic, with less dialogue and many captivating moments. It will be a dark but stylised take on Pakistan’s original film genre