Dirilis Ertugrul will be broadcast in Urdu on PTV Home from 1st Ramdan
Turkish drama based on the story of the conquest of Muslims, From Ramadan this year, it will be translated into Urdu and broadcast on PTV.
The news was announced by Senator Faisal Javed Khan in a tweet on social networking site Twitter.
Ertugrul @DirilisDizisi in Urdu going on air from 1st Ramazan - Daily at 9.10pm on @PTVHomeOfficial. Actors & Characterization r seamless-storyline & plots r intriguing w/ superb mix of soundtracks.Hats off to the production team @trtworld for such a grt attention to detail work pic.twitter.com/2Z2lGgQHda— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) April 19, 2020
In his tweet, he wrote that "Dirilis Ertugrul will be broadcast in Urdu on PTV Home from 1st Ramdan at 9:10 pm"
In addition, a video was shared on PTV's account, which states that the play depicts the world of Muslim conquests in the 13th century.
تیرہویں صدی میں مسلمانوں کی عالمی فتوحات کی عکاسی کرتی دنیا کی سب سے بڑی ترک ڈرامہ سیرئیل 'ارطغرل غازی' اب اردو ڈبنگ کے ساتھ صرف پی ٹی وی پر۔— PTV News (@PTVNewsOfficial) April 19, 2020
پاکستان ٹیلیوژن مشہور ترک تاریخی ڈرامہ سیرئل 'ارطغرل غازی' یکم رمضان سے پیش کرے گا۔ #ErtugrulUrduPTV@trtworld pic.twitter.com/stHh98RoIW
It should be noted that the aforementioned play is also called Turkey's 'Game of Thrones' and it is of the utmost importance in regard to Islamic conquests in the 13th century.
The story of the late Dirilis Ertugrul pre-dates the establishment of the 'Ottoman Empire' in the 13th century.
And the main story of the play revolves around a brave Muslim soldier named 'Ertugrul', also known as 'Ertugrul Ghazi'.
The play was initially released in 2014.
The play shows how Ertugrul, a Turkish soldier in the 13th century, bravely fought the Mongols, the Crusaders, and the tyrants, and maintained his victories.
The play depicts the rule, bravery, and love of the Ottoman Empire before the Ottoman Empire.
Drama story praised in Muslim countries
The drama has been aired in 60 languages in different countries in the world before it was presented in Urdu in Pakistan.
The drama is based on five seasons and 179 episodes overall, the drama was initially broadcast on TRT in 2014 and is now available on other online streaming channels including 'Netflix'.
It should be noted that only a few years after the death of the soldier named Ertugrul, his younger son 'Usman' announced the establishment of the 'Ottoman Empire' at the beginning of the 13th century and this great empire of Muslims for about 600 years till 1920.
The Ottoman Empire was broken into pieces by the British after the First World War, and many areas in the same empire are now known on the map of the world as independent nations.