Peshawar Zalmi Chairman Javed Afridi asked the Peshawar Zalmi team and Ertugrul fans what it would be like to become the brand ambassador of Peshawar Zalmi, Engin Altan that played the role of Ertugrul in the Turkish series Diriliş Ertugrul based on the Islamic conquests of Muslims.
Based on the Islamic conquests of Muslims, dubbed the Turkish series Diriliş Ertugrul in Urdu on the instructions of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and aired on Pakistan's state-run TV (PTV) under the name Ertugrul Ghazi from the first of Ramadan. What is being done is captivating not only the people of Pakistan but also the political and showbiz celebrities who are fascinated by this story. The popularity of this drama in Pakistan has never been a part of any Turkish drama before.
The play has made several records in Pakistan, of which it has become the most-watched drama on YouTube. In view of Ertugrul's popularity, Javed Afridi, chairman of Peshawar Zalmi, took to Twitter to ask the Peshawar Zalmi team and Ertugrul fans if Ertugrul would join Peshawar Zalmi as a brand ambassador.
LaLa we Want to See him Wearing Zalmi Jersey in Pakistan For PSL6— Muzammil Ahmed Qazi (@MAqazi12) June 30, 2020
On this tweet of Javed Afridi, the fans expressed their happiness and demanded Halima along with Ertugrul.
تو آپ مسلمانوں کے دلوں کو جیت لیں گے— Abu Hamid 🗣️ (@AbuHamid613) June 30, 2020
A user named Muhammad Muzammil Ahmad Qazi said that we want to see Ertugrul wearing Zalmai jersey in Pakistan for PSL6.
Journalist Ehtesham-ul-Haq also expressed happiness.
Bring haleema:) whole make crowd will be with zalmi atleast— Nasreen (@Nas_k27) June 30, 2020
A user named Abu Hamid wrote that then you will win the hearts of Muslims.
After this tweet of Javed Afridi, the fans of Lahore Qalandar also demanded Sa'd al-Din Köpek as the brand ambassador in Lahore. It should be noted that the Turkish city-based drama Diriliş Ertugrul, also known as Turkey's 'Game of Thrones' based on the history of Islamic conquests, is currently being watched all over the world.
The play is about the father of Ottoman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire. Ertugrul's pre-Ottoman rule, bravery, and love are shown Ertugrul did not expect such an extraordinary success around the world.