Engin Altan Düzyatan best known as Ertugrul Ghazi.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Engin Altan, the main character in the popular drama serial Ertugrul Ghazi, has thanked Pakistani fans for their warm welcome and hospitality.
Altan, born on 26 July, 1979, is a Turkish film and television actor. He is best known for his role as Ertugrul in “Dirilis Ertugrul.”
On his Instagram account, Engin Altan shared a bouquet of flowers in his story and wrote, “Thank you for the warm welcome, Pakistan.”
Altan landed in Pakistan on Thursday for a short trip, upon on invitation from a private business company.
A photo of Engen Altan arriving in Lahore, Pakistan, was shared on the Twitter account of the Pakistani embassy in Turkey. The tweet added that Engin Altan had arrived in Pakistan on a short visit at the invitation of a firm. Join us to welcome him.
Engin Altan Dziyatan aka Ertugrul Ghazi is very popular in Pakistan.
Seeing the love of Pakistanis, he expressed his desire to come to Pakistan many times. Engin Altan was scheduled to visit Pakistan in October this year, but for some reason, he could not do so.
Speaking at a press conference in Lahore, Engin Altan said, “I am glad that Prime Minister Imran Khan had admired the series and suggested it be shown to the people of Pakistan.”
“'Ertugrul Ghazi' is an epic series, biased on an Islamic story, and it’s an honour for us that Pakistanis love the series," he added, thanking fans for their love over the last few months.
Replying to a question, he said, “If I get a good story, I will definitely work in a Pakistani drama serial," much to the joy of his fans.
Praising the beauty of Pakistan, the actor said that he was well aware of the natural beauty of Pakistan, but was unable to tour the entire country due to his brief visit.
About the food, he said "it is a bit spicy but very delicious.
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