After returning home from a five-day visit to Pakistan by Kamal Takden, the producer of the Turkish city-wide drama 'Ertugrul Ghazi', and actor Jalal Al, Humayun Saeed has claimed that he and other members of the Turkish team Make the biggest plan ever. Humayun Saeed shared the photos taken with the Turkish team in his tweet on January 13 and said that he and Adnan Siddiqui will work with producer Kashif Ansari to make the biggest TV project ever.
He also shared a photo of the Turkish team's meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan in his tweet, as well as a photo of the Turkish team's meeting with Sindh Governor Imran Ismail and other investors. He claimed in his tweet that he and his friend actor Adnan Siddiqui along with producer Kashif Ansari would present the biggest TV project with the Turkish team. He also thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan, Federal Minister Shibli Faraz, and Shehryar Afridi for assuring cooperation on a joint project between the two countries.
He wrote that the joint venture would be the new beginning of the Pakistan-Turkey friendship and would be the largest ever. Humayun Saeed also tweeted a video of Turkish producer Kamal Takden, in which he was seen talking about the two countries' joint project 'Turk Lala'. The Turkish producer said that "Turk Lala" is a historical character on which the two countries will work together. Kamal Takden also thanked Pakistani actors and people in his video.
He also thanked the President, Prime Minister, Chairman C-Pak, Governor Sindh and Adnan Siddiqui, and Humayun Saeed for assuring cooperation in the video. Humayun Saeed expressed satisfaction in the tweet that he hosted and thanked the producer Kamal Takden and actor Jalal Al for 'Ertugrul Ghazi'. Humayun Saeed also wrote that he will return to Pakistan soon, God willing. On the other hand, Adnan Siddiqui also posted the video on Instagram and welcomed Kamal Takden and his team.
It is clear from Humayun Saeed's post and Kamal Takden's video that both the countries will make the drama based on 'Turk Lala' on a private level but they will have the support of the government. Takden Films Productions and Kashif Ansari Films Production also agreed to co-produce the project at the end of last year, but it was not clear at the time what agreement the two would work on and possibly Pakistani. The production company will be financially supported by Humayun Saeed and Adnan Siddiqui.
It is not clear when the play will be shot, who will write the story and who will be on the cast. Where will Turk Lala be shot, but it is thought that the project will take more than a year to begin.