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Ertugrul’s Bamsi thanks Pakistani fans for the love

Gulsim Ali responds to Neelam’s post

SAMAA | - Posted: May 22, 2020 | Last Updated: 9 months ago
Posted: May 22, 2020 | Last Updated: 9 months ago
Ertugrul’s Bamsi thanks Pakistani fans for the love

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Turkish actor Nurettin Sonmez who plays Bamsi in the hit show Dirilis: Ertugrul reached out to his Pakistani fans in an Instagram post.

The actor posted a photograph of the Pakistani flag and said: “Special Thanks to Pakistani Followers… For their sincere comments, nice interests and love… Greetings to You All; Pakistan and Other Beautiful Countries.”

Recently, Sonmez’s co-stars Esra Bilgic and Engin Altan Duzyatan replied to some fans and thanked them for the love. Both stars said that they wanted to visit Pakistan soon.

The popular Turkish drama series was dubbed in the Urdu language on the instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The first episode of the show, originally produced by TRT in collaboration with a private company, was aired on PTV on April 25. Its YouTube channel has 2.92 million subscribers and more than 207.31 million views.

The show is based on life of Ertugrul Bey, father of Osman Bey, the 13th-century founder of Ottoman Empire.

The show has sparked a debate in Pakistan’s television and film industry. Many actors such as Shaan Shahid, Yasir Hussain and others are of the opinion that the Turkish soap will hurt the local industry. On the other hand, some actors believe that it is just healthy competition.

Recently, actor Neelum Muneer took to her Instagram account to give her two cents about the show.

According to Neelum, it is time for feel proud of our Islamic heritage and motivate ourselves to create good content in Pakistan.

Ertugrul’s Alishan Hatun (Gulsim Ali) liked what Neelum had to say and left a comment on her post. The Turkish star wrote: “Thank you for the nice compliments. You and your heart is beautiful, wish you all the best.”

Muneer responded to Ali and said that she really deserved appreciation as she did justice to her role. “I hope you can come to Pakistan one day,” she added.

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