Ertugrul star, Engin Altan Duzyatan, shared behind-the-scene pictures from his upcoming project ‘Barbaroslar’.
He posted his photo on his Instagram account with the caption “#Barbaroslar”. He also shared the picture of a clapperboard with the name written of the series, confirming the shooting of his upcoming series. Series ‘Barbaroslar’ had been in the news for quite some time but Duzyatan’s confirmation of the series has hit the floor with his latest Instagram posts.
His social media posts have left his fans excited as they are eagerly waiting to see Engin Altan Duzyatan back in action on screen.
The Turkish actor has garnered a massive fan base in Pakistan since the broadcast of the Turkish historic series, ‘Dirilis Ertugrul’. He also visited Pakistan last year and met his fans in Pakistan.
Engin Altan Duzyatan expressed love for the people of Pakistan in his interview with PTV. He expressed gratitude to the people of Pakistan for giving such a warm response to the Turkish serial Dirilis Ertugrul in Pakistan. The serial broke all records of popularity in Pakistan following its broadcast on PTV in May.
The serial also made a YouTube record in Pakistan. He added that the cast of Dirilis Ertugrul including him got to know about the massive response to the serial in Pakistan from electronic and social media. Hence, he and the entire team of Resurrection Ertugrul is aware of the fondness of the Pakistani audience for the serial.
Duzyatan also spoke at lengths about his love and sentiments for the people of Pakistan in his interview. He said he grew up listening to the tales of a decades-long friendship between Turkey and Pakistan. Hence, Pakistan is dear to his heart. He said such a humungous reaction from the brotherly country made him emotional.
He attributed the unprecedented popularity of Dirilis Ertugrul to the shared religion, culture, and history of Turkey and Pakistan. Engin Altan Duzyatan asserted that the serial became a raging success not only in Turkey but other parts of the world including South America, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom. However, he added that due to the shared religion of Islam and culture, the Pakistani audience resonated well with the serial, story, and script.