'The Legend of Maula Jatt' Team Gets a Stay Order Against the Old Producer of 'Maula Jatt'

With the news revealed by producer Ammara Hikmat, the stay order was issued from the Sindh High Court yesterday...
Updated 12 May, 2019 08:26pm

One movie which we have been dying to see ever since its star cast got announced is The Legend of Maula Jatt which has Fawad Khan, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Mahira Khan and Humaima Malick on board to name a few. With the film initially all set to release this Eid ul Fitr , the movie has been in the news a lot lately for its legal battle with the old producer of Maula Jatt who has said many times that his permission was not taken to use anything related to the film as all the original movie rights were owned by him but with the turn of events yesterday the case seems to have reached its end ( hopefully ) and it happens to be in favor of The Legend of Maula Jatt team .

With a press release from producer Ammara Hikmat, it stated that the Sindh High Court has indeed issued a stay order against the producer of Maula Jatt (1979) in an ongoing legal battle that has taken many dramatic turns.

The Sindh High Court issued a stay order against Sarwar Bhatti, Mohammad Bahoo Sarwar and Muttaqi Sarwar restraining them from defaming The Legend Of Maula Jatt and it’s makers, Bilal Lashari and Ammara Hikmat.

Read: Original Maula Jatt's Producer Ownership Claims Called Out for Being Fraudulent

This order was issued by the Sindh High Court after Lahore High Court cleared that there is no stay order on The Legend Of Maula Jatt but still, the other party didn’t refrain from its the defamatory campaign. Therefore a case was filed in the Sindh High Court, under its civil jurisdiction before Mr. Justice Junaid Ghaffar which resulted in a gag order on the party making misleading and malicious claims about The Legend Of Maula Jatt.

Now what is interesting is that Sarwar Bhatti was recently also accused of not being the sole owner of Bahoo corporation, to begin with, and was causing frivolous litigation regarding the title, name, and origin of Maula Jatt unnecessarily.

With this order from the Sindh High Court, we hope the Sarwar Bhatti clan refrains from defaming The Legend of Maula Jatt any further whose release date is to be announced soon!