According to recent reports, Ertugrul’s Engin Altan Duzyatan cancels business deal worth $1 million signed with Pakistani businessman, Kashif Zameer.
The actor has not given any reason for the annulment of the contract. Altan has also canceled his trip to Pakistan which was scheduled this month. In his statement, he said that he would soon announce the date of his next visit to Pakistan, reported the local media.
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The news is contrary to what Zameer had assured Pakistani fans in his recent interview. Zameer had assured that the deal would not be canceled and that half payment had been done to the Turkish actor in advance while the remaining payment would be made after the promotional advertisements.
The Sialkot-based businessman had said that he had hired a Turkish actor for the promotion of his company’s products that include textiles and glass.
The development comes a few weeks after the arrest of Zameer. Last month, Lahore Police had arrested Zameer on the charges of threatening a TV reporter, Hammad Aslam. Several reports claimed that Zameer has a criminal record, including cases of fraud registered against him.
Zameer came to media attention with the arrival of Turkish actor Engin Altan to Pakistan in December. He was arrested soon after the departure of Engin Altan from Pakistan.
Duzyatan had played a titular character of Ertugrul in the smashing series, Dirilis Ertugrul. Pakistan Embassy in Turkey announced his visit to Pakistan. The embassy posted the picture of Duzyatan arriving at the Allama Iqbal International Airport, Lahore. According to the reports, his trip has been organized by a private company. The details of his low key visit have not yet been released.
Duzyatan was expected to visit Pakistan back in October. He was scheduled to tour Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. According to the organizers, Altan would have met his fans in these three cities. Engin Altan Duzyatan had also confirmed his much-awaited visit to Pakistan.