Turkish actor, Cavit Guner, also known as Dogan Alp from the famous Turkish series Dirilis Ertugrul has reached the federal capital of Pakistan- Islamabad in the wee hours of Wednesday.
Guner updated his Instagram stories informing his Pakistani fans and followers that he has reached Islamabad. In a short video clip posted on his Instagram account, he is seen enjoying Pakistani folk music. In the video he wrote, “Gooood morning, Islamabad, Pakistan.”
Cavit Guner (Dogan Alp) visits Pakistan, hosted by Blue World City
Earlier, he posted a photo of his boarding pass which showed the Turkish actor is coming to Pakistan. The Turkish actor seems to be hosted in Pakistan by a local housing project company, Blue World City. The company posted a picture of the Ertugrul star on its Instagram account. The company says they will soon reveal the details of Guner’s trip to Islamabad.
Last month, Blue World City from Lahore, Pakistan had hired Engin Altan Duzyatan (who played Ertugrul in the Dirilis Ertugrul) as its brand ambassador. The housing project made the announcement last month. A Pakistani publication had reported that the Ertugrul actor would be traveling to Lahore after signing a contract with the brand.
The housing project company says they are about to make a big announcement soon. The brand has not announced the visit dates of Engin Altan Duzyatan to Pakistan for the inauguration of the mosque at the housing project. The mosque is the replica of the famous Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.
Engin Altan (Ertugrul Bey) plans to visit Pakistan
Cavit Guner is the latest Dirilis Ertugrul celebrity to visit Pakistan. In another move, Engin Altan Duzyatan, who plays Ertugrul Bey in television show Dirilis Ertugrul, is expected to visit Pakistan in October. He will be touring Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad from 9th to 11th October.
According to the event management company Frontiers World, Altan would meet his fans in these three cities. “Engin Altan Duzyatan has finally confirmed his much-awaited visit to Pakistan,” said the event organizers on Saturday.
GVS News Desk