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  3. ‘Ertugrul star Engin Altan expresses grief over Karachi plane crash  Geo News
  4. 'Diliris: Ertugrul' cast expresses grief over PK 8303 crash  The Express Tribune
  5. ‘Ertugrul lead actor Engin Altan extends condolences to families of Karachi plane crash victims  The News International
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Ertugrul Ghazi has earned praise for its focus on historical figures of the Muslim worldErtugrul Ghazi has earned praise for its focus on historical figures of the Muslim world

'Dirilis:Ertugrul': Pakistan goes wild for blockbuster Turkish drama

‘Ertugrul’ star Engin Altan wrote, “I am sorry to hear about plane crash in Karachi. My condolences goes out to the families who lost a loved one. I pray for Pakistan.”‘Ertugrul’ star Engin Altan wrote, “I am sorry to hear about plane crash in Karachi. My condolences goes out to the families who lost a loved one. I pray for Pakistan.”

‘Ertugrul’ star Engin Altan expresses grief over Karachi plane crash

The cast took to social media to share their messag­es. Here's what they wroteThe cast took to social media to share their messag­es. Here's what they wrote

'Diliris: Ertugrul' cast expresses grief over PK 8303 crash | The Express Tribune

“Whoa, Ertugrul has really stirred the proverbial pot, hasn't it? It's almost as though there's no precedent of a Turkish show gaining immense popularity in Pakistan before.”

Osman Khalid Butt on Twitter: "Whoa, Ertugrul has really stirred the proverbial pot, hasn't it? It's almost as though there's no precedent of a Turkish show gaining immense popularity in Pakistan before."

“Ertugrul and the lure of Turkish dramas in Pakistan-- Imran Khan https://t.co/3B56GwrYQd”

Hakkı Öcal on Twitter: "Ertugrul and the lure of Turkish dramas in Pakistan-- Imran Khan https://t.co/3B56GwrYQd"

“Imran Khan is binge-watching Ertuğrul during Covid, recommending Turkish shows to Pakistanis. How about a five-star review? #LetterToPakistan https://t.co/N24kiVfebI”

Naila Inayat नायला इनायत on Twitter: "Imran Khan is binge-watching Ertuğrul during Covid, recommending Turkish shows to Pakistanis. How about a five-star review? #LetterToPakistan https://t.co/N24kiVfebI"

“The Turkish TV series #Ertugrul, about a 13th c. Muslim leader, has been wildly popular in Pakistan. Sounds like a useful antidote to the world’s many misunderstandings of Islamic history. Hopefully it gets wider global play. Also a big potential vehicle for Turkish soft power.”

Michael Kugelman on Twitter: "The Turkish TV series #Ertugrul, about a 13th c. Muslim leader, has been wildly popular in Pakistan. Sounds like a useful antidote to the world’s many misunderstandings of Islamic history. Hopefully it gets wider global play. Also a big potential vehicle for Turkish soft power."

Dubbed the Muslim Game of Thrones, a drama about the makings of the Ottoman Empire has sent Pakistan wild this Ramadan, smashing television records but exposing the countrys lack of original content.Dubbed the Muslim "Game of Thrones", a drama about the makings of the Ottoman Empire has sent Pakistan wild this Ramadan, smashing television records but exposing the country's lack of original content.

Pakistan goes wild for blockbuster Turkish drama - Entertainment - The Jakarta Post

Says he doesn’t have problem with the show, just PTV Says he doesn’t have problem with the show, just PTV

What’s the deal with Yasir Hussain and Ertugrul Ghazi? - SAMAA

Dubbed the Muslim “Game of Thrones,” a drama about the makings of the Ottoman Empire has sent Pakistan wild this Ramadan, smashing television records but exposing the country’s lack of original content. The Turkish-made series has earned praise for its focus on historical figures from the Muslim world who have been framed as role models […]

Pakistan goes wild for Turkish 'Game of Thrones' drama | Inquirer Entertainment

Pakistan is officially promoting a Turkish TV serial based on the semi-historical founder of Osmanian Caliphate in its quest for a pan-Islamic identity and mythical golden past.Pakistan is officially promoting a Turkish TV serial based on the semi-historical founder of Osmanian Caliphate in its quest for a pan-Islamic identity and mythical golden past.

Pakistan's search for identity: Why Imran Khan is promoting a Turkish TV serial - Moneycontrol.com

The Turkish show Diliris Ertugrul (Ertugrul Ghazi in Urdu and Ressurection: Ertgurul), recently dubbed in Urdu has not only been making waves across theThe Turkish show Diliris Ertugrul (Ertugrul Ghazi in Urdu and Ressurection: Ertgurul), recently dubbed in Urdu has not only been making waves across the

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Dubbed the Muslim "Game of Thrones", a drama about the makings of the Ottoman Empire has sent Pakistan wild this Ramadan, smashing television records but exposing the country's lack of original content. The Turkish-made series has earned praise for its focus on historical figures fromDubbed the Muslim "Game of Thrones", a drama about the makings of the Ottoman Empire has sent Pakistan wild this Ramadan, smashing television records but exposing the country's lack of original content. The Turkish-made series has earned praise for its focus on historical figures from

Pakistan goes wild for blockbuster Turkish drama

Resurrection: Ertugrul has gripped audiences with its daring protagonist, cliffhangers and high production values since it began broadcasting on the first day of the Islamic holy month, which is due to end Sunday or Monday.Resurrection: Ertugrul has gripped audiences with its daring protagonist, cliffhangers and high production values since it began broadcasting on the first day of the Islamic holy month, which is due to end Sunday or Monday.

Pakistan Goes Wild For Blockbuster Turkish Drama 'Resurrection: Ertugrul'

The Turkish-made series has earned praise for its focus on historical figures from the Muslim world.The Turkish-made series has earned praise for its focus on historical figures from the Muslim world.

Dubbed as the 'Muslim Game of Thrones', Pakistan is going wild over this blockbuster Turkish drama - The Economic Times