Pakistan’s super hit movie Maula Jatt star, Fawad Khan recently attended a charity event in Toronto, Canada, alongside Mikaal Zulfiquar, drawing a massive crowd of fans. Despite the freezing temperatures, the fans turned out in full force to support their favorite stars and the charitable cause.
At the charity event, Fawad Khan, the well-known Pakistani actor, generously donated a replica of the iconic ‘Gandasa’ weapon he wielded in the famous movie ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’.
The item was auctioned off for an impressive $50,000 which was handed over to the generous Pakistani by Fawad Khan himself, with all proceeds going towards supporting cancer patients.
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Taking to his Instagram handle, Fawad shared some pictures and videos from the event. Here, have a look:
Fawad Khan played the character of Maula Jatt in the Pakistani movie ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’. The movie was a huge success in Pakistan, grossing $10 million worldwide.
Maula Jatt’s weapon, the Gandasa, has become a cultural symbol and was made popular by another famous actor in Pakistani cinema, Sultan Rahi. Many people are fans of Maula Jatt’s character, which has contributed to the popularity of the movie and its iconic weapon.