Bamsi Bey, Artuk Bey of Dirilis Ertugrul reaches Pakistan

Fans have expressed excitement on their arrival in Pakistan. They are expected to receive a warm welcome from Pakistani hosts.

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Turkish actor Nurettin Sonmez and Ayberk Pekcan who played Bamsi and Artuk Bey in Dirilis Ertugrul have reached Pakistan on a three-day visit. The actors were part of the smashing Turkish series. Sonmez had played Bamsi Beyrek while Pekcan had played Artuk Bey in the series.

The Turkish actors are part of the Turkish ministerial delegation that reached Pakistan on Tuesday. The Turkish delegation is headed by the foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu. The delegation consists of 20 members.

Anchorperson Shiffa Yousafzai shared the pictures with the Turkish actors on her Twitter account. Both the actors are currently in Islamabad. However, the plans for their engagement in Pakistan is yet to be revealed.

Fans have expressed excitement on their arrival in Pakistan. They are expected to receive a warm welcome from Pakistani hosts.

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A few days back, another actor Celal Al had reached Pakistan on a week-long visit. He returned to Turkey on Tuesday.

Upon his return, Celal Al penned down a heartfelt note for his Pakistani fans. Celal expresses gratitude for receiving an exceptional welcome in Pakistan. He said he missed his Pakistani brothers due to COVID-19. He hopes to return to Pakistan soon.

“TEŞEKKÜRLER PAKİSTAN. From a very nice and very efficient Pakistan trip, we safely arrived in Istanbul,” Celal began his post.

“Under the leadership of my teacher Kemal Tekden, I had very fruitful meetings with President Arif Alevi and Prime Minister İmran Khanla and valuable actors Adnan Siddiqi, Humayun, and many other brothers whose names I cannot count,” he added.

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“As Mr. President Arif Alvi said, this brotherhood must last forever. And I donated my blood to be worthy of you beautiful brothers. The Turkish people and the State love you very much. We are waiting for you in Turkey,” Celal continued.


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“And lastly, we could not hug you fully due to Covid 19, please do not be sorry, I hope if I come to Pakistan again, I will hug you profusely,” he further shared.


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