Maharaj On OTT Will Junaid Khan, the son of Aamir Khan, Break Kiran Rao's Laapataa Ladies Debut Score With His Netflix Debut and Earn 2.2+ Million
Maharaj On OTT Will Junaid Khan, the son of Aamir Khan, Break Kiran Rao's Laapataa Ladies Debut Score With His Netflix Debut and Earn 2.2+ Million

Maharaj On OTT: Will Junaid Khan, the son of Aamir Khan, Break Kiran Rao’s Laapataa Ladies Debut Score With His Netflix Debut and Earn 2.2+ Million?

Will Junaid Khan’s film Maharaj hold up in the eyes of viewers? It has been quietly available for streaming on Netflix.

It may not be well known, but Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan has already acted in a movie. Maharaj, a Netflix Original film, is currently available for viewing on Netflix. The movie was set to be released ten days earlier, but the High Court intervened and prevented it from being released.

However, it ultimately prevailed in court and is currently available for watching on Netflix, drawing praise and criticism from both reviewers and viewers. However, the performance during the first week would be the true litmus test.

Varun Grover’s All India Rank had the lowest debut week on Netflix this year, with 1.1 million views, followed by Katrina Kaif and Vijay Sethupathi’s Merry Christmas, which received 1.2 million views. Meanwhile, Animal was the most popular Netflix launch, with 6.2 million views in its first week.

Will It Pass Laapataa Ladies?

It’ll be fascinating to watch if Aamir Khan’s son, Junaid Khan, outperforms his wife, Kiran Rao, in Laapataa Ladies, which received 2.2 million views in its first week. If Maharaj exceeds this figure and the tendencies in Kiran Rao’s film continue, celebrations may be on the horizon.

About Maharaj

Junaid Khan, Sharvari Wagh, Jaideep Ahlawat, Shalini Pandey, and others star in Maharaj, which is directed by Siddharth P. Malhotra and currently has an IMDb rating of 6.1. The official synopsis of the movie reads, “A fearless journalist investigates a revered leader’s immoral behavior, based on a real-life historic court case.”

What Is the Maharaj Libel Case from 1862?

In 1862, Jadunathji Brijratanji Maharaj, a religious leader, filed a lawsuit against Karsandas Mulji, a social reformer, alleging defamation for an article written by Karsandas that claimed Maharaj was having sex with women in his sect and that men should demonstrate their allegiance to the faith by offering their wives and daughters to religious leaders. Karsandas opposed this foolish conduct in the name of faith.

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