Being avid fans of Bilal Lashari’ s Maula Jatt and having seen the captivating trailer of the upcoming movie not once but multiple times, we all are now well acquainted with its main cast. However, what we didn’t know is that the legendary movie is going to feature only one song and the model turned actress Saima Balouch is going to perform on it.

Exciting news, right? We at Celeb Dhaba got in touch with Balouch to find out more about her character in Maula Jatt and discovered that she is going to essay the role of a woman name Rajjo who resides in the rural areas. Not willing to reveal more, she also said the song she is performing on is the only song in Maula Jatt. Upon asking if it’s going to be an item number, the actress got a bit confused and couldn’t really decide if it’s going to be one or not. “50/50 keh sakte hain,” she asserted.

Maula Jatt is going to be the second movie starring Balouch with Isharay Tumhare being the first one that saw the actress working opposite Babar Ali.

As for the trailer of Maula Jatt, we are delighted about the fact that it has already created such a buzz in the neighboring country. India was all praises for it after seeing beautiful faces in it like Mahira Khan and Fawad that too sharing the same screen space. The hotshots of the Bollywood fraternity like Karan Johar and Siddharth Malhotra couldn’t resist wishing the magical duo success and are evidently quite excited about the release of the movie. But then who isn’t, right?

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Slated for a 2019 release, Maula Jatt is also going to set a record with the first Pakistani movie to get same release date in China.

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