Turgut Alp Is Coming To Pakistan, Writes Special Message For Fans In Urdu
Exciting news for all the Dirilis: Ertugrul fans. The wait is finally over, Turgut Alp is coming to Pakistan soon!
The Turkish drama series Dirilis: Ertugrul got popular in Pakistan after Prime Minister Imran Khan had recommended Pakistanis to watch the series which will help enlighten them with the golden era of Islam.
The drama series has gripped the Pakistani audience with its daring protagonist, cliffhangers, and high production values since it began broadcasting in the month of Ramadan. The Urdu-language version of the show has racked up more than 240 million views on YouTube alone.
Pakistanis got obsessed with the drama series and its cast. After receiving immense from the Pakistani fans, Dirilis: Ertugrul cast started to visit the country on different occasions.
From Ertugrul Bey himself to Halime Hatune, Bamsi Bey to Dogan Alp, all the favorite cast members had visited Pakistan. However, people were eagerly waiting for Turgut Alp to visit Pakistan as soon as possible.
Turkish actor Cengiz Coşkun played the part of Turgut Alp, who was Ertugrul’s most faithful companion and friend.
Taking to Instagram today, the Turkish star shared the good news with his fans and followers about his visit to Pakistan.
According to the details, Turgut Alp has been appointed as the brand ambassador of Hamza Ali Abbasi’s sister Fazeela Abbasi’s skincare brand.
“Hello everyone. l am excited to announce that l will be endorsing a 1st ever Men’s exclusive Skin Care line by @drfazeelaabbasi as a brand ambassador.”
The more exciting thing about the caption is that the Turkish star gives a special message to his fans in Urdu.
“Jald Mulaqat ho gee #pakistan”
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