The Sahara for Life Trust Hospital in Toronto, Canada, recently organized a fundraising event, in which Fawad Khan, the lead actor of “The Legend of Maula Jatt,” participated as a special guest. The event included an auction of the guns used in the shooting of the film, as well as the “Gandasa” of the film’s hero, Fawad Khan.
The “Gandasa” was sold for an impressive $50,000 to a generous Pakistani living in Canada. Fawad Khan personally handed over the replica to the lucky buyer, and the amount received will be donated to Sahara Life Trust for the treatment of cancer patients.
Fans of Fawad Khan were ecstatic at the opportunity to meet their favorite actor, and many took selfies and collected autographs during the event.
The success of “The Legend of Maula Jatt” has not only been limited to the Pakistani film industry, where it earned an impressive Rs290 crore, but it has also played a positive role in promoting welfare works. The auction of the iconic “Gandasa” is just one example of the film’s impact on popular culture and its ability to bring people together for a good cause.