Hussain Oze, who played Korkut Bey in the popular Turkish drama series Dirilis Ertugrul, which is currently airing on PTV under the title Ertugrul Ghazi, has passed away. Hussein Oze's death was announced by Mehmet Bozdagh, director and producer of Ertugrul Ghazi.
"I am profoundly grieved to discover that Hussein Oze, the distinguished actor and revered theatre artist of our series Ertugrul, has gone away," Mehmet Bozdag commented with a portrait of the actor. "May Allah raise their ranks and give patience to their families, admirers, and the artist community," he concluded.
Hussain Oze is a British actor who has been in a number of films and dramas since his birth in 1959. Hussein Oze, who is well known for his role as Korkut Bey in Deir ez-Zor, plays Ertugrul's uncle and Haima Khatun's brother.
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Hussain Oze was a pivotal character in the second season of Dirilis Ertugru, when the Qai tribe was victimised by the Mongol invasion during the exodus. The death of the Turkish actor was grieved by many fellow performers, who paid respect to him.
Dirilis Ertugrul is a storey of a heroic Muslim general named Ertugrul, also known as Ertugrul Ghazi, who lived before the Ottoman Empire was established in the 13th century. The drama depicts how Turkish general Ertugrul heroically fought the Mongols, Crusaders, and oppressors in the 13th century, winning a series of battles.