Ertugul heroine Esra Bilgic looks absolutely stunning in Pakistani dress

Her Instagram post is the teaser of her upcoming stint with Khaadi. The Turkish actress wore a black kurta with a braided tassel.

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Turkish actress Esra Bilgic on Wednesday shared an image from her latest photoshoot with Pakistan’s retail fashion brand Khaadi on Instagram.

The Ertugrul star dazzled in the eastern avatar she donned for the photos. Her Instagram post is the teaser of her upcoming stint with Khaadi. Bilgic wore a Pakistan black dress with a braided tassel.

“On set with my Khaadi,” Bilgic captioned her post. The brand also reacted to the post of Bilgic with heart emojis. The fashion brand even shared the post of Bilgic on their Instagram account.

Pakistanis from across the globe poured in love and appreciation for the actress on her Instagram post. So far, the actress has received 756,330 likes on the photo. Bilgic, earlier this month, had announced her new, highly-anticipated, brand endorsement deal with Khaadi.

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The actress posted the name of the fashion brand in her social media posts on Twitter and Instagram that triggered the interest of Pakistani fans. The news of a possible deal of Bilgic with a Pakistani brand had been doing rounds since the end of August.

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Earlier, the actress was in collaboration with Pakistan’s leading cellular network, Jazz 4G, and mobile phone brand, Qmobile. Fans also expect progress on a Bilgic brand endorsement deal with a PSL franchise, possibly Peshawar Zalmi.

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