Production Team of Diriliş: Ertuğrul to Visit Pakistan After Eid

Ertuğrul fans are thrilled with this announcement.

Diriliş: Ertuğrul

Fans of Turkish period drama Diriliş: Ertuğrul are excited to hear that its production team will visit Pakistan very soon. Speaker of National Assembly, Asad Qaiser on Sunday announced that the official visit will take place after Eid.

The NA speaker visited Turkey to attend the 4th Conference of Speakers of Parliaments on “Countering Terrorism & Strengthening Regional Connectivity” in Antalya.

“Pleased to meet @MustafaSentop. Pakistan and Turkey relations are strengthening due to mutual trust & cooperation. #Pakistan would continue to take steps to counter terrorism and making Conference of Speakers of the Parliaments more effective & responsive to regional needs,” Asad Qaiser wrote on his Twitter handle.

 

Diriliş: Ertuğrul team to visit Pakistan

During his visit, he met Mehmet Bozdağ, the producer of Diriliş: Ertuğrul and Kuruluş: Osman. The meeting was a success as the two discussed in detail about the Pakistan-Turkey joint venture. It has been reported that production of a new drama is in works and that the production team will visit Islamabad after Eid. The team will also hold a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Asad Qaiser also visited the sets of Kuruluş: Osman and met Burak Özçivit, the lead actor of the show. He shared a photo with the actor on his Twitter and wrote,

“It was a pleasure to met with @burakozcivit from #KurulusOsman. I throughly enjoy watching period pieces in the little time I get. Hoping Kurulus: Osman to be another memorable watch.”


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Written by Munazza Mehmood

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