Pakistani Showbiz

Bilal Ashraf about Turkish series Ertugrul Gazi


Leading actor and model of the film industry Bilal Ashraf released his message praising the Turkish series. ‘Derlis Ertugrul’ based on the conquests of Islamic history.

In a message on the micro-blogging site Twitter. Bilal Ashraf wrote, “Ertugrul Gazi is a wonderful Turkish series with a great story and production.”

In his message on Twitter, Bilal Ashraf said. “I am very happy to see that this Turkish series. Which is popular all over the world, is also being broadcast on state TV for the local audience of Pakistan.” 

Praising Turkish art, the actor wrote: “Film and drama are both a form of art. We need to appreciate it regardless of whether it belongs to a country or not because art knows no borders.

Finally, he asked his fans for their views on the matter.

On the other hand, well-known actor Asad Siddiqui has also expressed his desire to work in projects like ‘Ertugrul Gazi’. Its sequel ‘Kurulus Osman’ in his Twitter message.

In a Twitter message, Asad Siddiqui wrote. “I will be also very happy to work on such projects. Through which Islamic teachings are being conveyed to the world along with the history of the Muslim world.”

The actor wrote, “This series has been watched all over the world since 2018.”

Earlier, Hamza Ali Abbasi had expressed his preference for the Turkish series. By playing the soundtrack of ‘Ertugrul Ghazi’ on guitar.

Remember that the main character of this Turkish series is ‘Ertugrul’. Who is the son of ‘Sulayman Shah’. The chief of the Qai tribe and the father of ‘Uthman I’, the founder of the Ottoman Empire.

‘Derlis Ertugrul’ shows how the brave warrior ‘Ertugrul’ succeeds in achieving Islamic victories with his faith in Allah Almighty and his power.

The world-renowned Turkish series ‘Ertugrul Ghazi’ is also gaining popularity across Pakistan. 

It may be recalled that on the instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan. ‘Darlish Ertugrul’ has been also dubbed in Urdu and is being aired on state TV under the name ‘Ertugrul Gazi’. 

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