The initial bid started at $5,000 with 7,000 people in attendance.
A gandasa from The Legend of Maula Jatt was auctioned off for $50,000 at an event in Toronto, Canada.
The film was released in October 2022 and was a huge hit.
It entered the Rs. 150 Crore club (£6 million), which was a first for a Pakistani film.
Starring Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan and Hamza Ali Abbasi, the film is an adaptation of the 1979 cult classic, Maula Jatt.
The film follows Maula Jatt, a fierce prizefighter with a tortured past who seeks vengeance against his arch nemesis Noori Natt, the most feared warrior in the land of Punjab.
Loyalties are challenged and families are torn apart in an epic tale of truth, honour and justice.
The Legend of Maula Jatt was also a success overseas.
It captivated audiences worldwide and this was showcased at an event in Canada.
One of the 80 gandasa props used in the films was auctioned off for an astounding $50,000.
Lead star Fawad Khan attended the event as a special guest.
The initial bid started at $5,000 with 7,000 people in attendance. The price quickly increased, with fans looking to obtain an iconic film prop.
The money is set to be donated to the Sahara Life Trust.
Meanwhile, the actual gandasa used by Fawad in the film is set to be displayed for a walkthrough Maula Jatt experience in Lahore.
In markets like the USA, The Legend of Maula Jatt had an average per-screen gross collection of $12,797 from 89 screens.
Directed by Bilal Lashari and produced by Ammara Hikmat and Bilal Lashari’s joint venture, Encylomedia – Lashari JV, the film was released and distributed by Mandviwala entertainment in Pakistan.
Previously, Fawad Khan spoke about the film. He said:
“Maula Jatt always had a cult status in Pakistani media, and because of that, we’d obviously heard of it, and who had not heard of the dialogue.”
When Bilal approached Fawad, it was with the idea of a remake and that is when the actor watched the original.
“The actors who made that film what it was – Sultan Rahi and Mustafa Qureshi – were very big veterans of the industry.
“To take their acting as an influence for modern cinema may have been a bit out of context, and all respect to them, but we felt that these were very big shoes to fill, and therefore maybe we should attempt something.”