Pakistani talented artist Humayun Saeed has expressed hope that Islamic series like Dirilis: Ertugrul can be created in Pakistan if the government supports.
Mere Pas Tum Ho actor Humayun Saeed said in an interview that we should also think of making series like Ertugrul.
He said, “They made Ertugrul with the Turkish government’s financial aid. If our government supports us or any other capable producer, we could do it as well.”
He mentioned the example of Pakistani dramas such as Tipu Sultan, Babar, and Akhri Chattan, which promoted the conquests of Muslim leaders. “The last time we came up with such a show was over 30 or 40 years ago.”
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“They made Ertugrul with the Turkish government’s financial aid. If our government supports me or any other capable producer, we could do it as well.” says #HumayunSaeed. The actor referring to some Pakistani dramas Tipu Sultan, Babar and Akhri Chattan, which highlighted the conquests of the Muslim rulers and further said “The last time we came up with such a show was over 30 or 40 years ago,” . . . . #Humayun #EntertainmentPopcorn
Humayun Saeed has earlier revealed that he has watched all episodes of Dirilis: Ertugrul, a famous Turkish drama series that has won millions of hearts in Pakistan and around the world.