Pakistani productions are to be dubbed in the Turkish language informed the PTI senator Faisal Javed Khan on Saturday. He did not mention the name of the Pakistani production, however, he added that development is part of the cultural exchange agreement between Pakistan and Turkey.
The announcement came when he took to Twitter to inform his followers that PTV will be broadcasting fresh episodes of Dirilis Ertugrul in Ramzan.
“Pakistan Television @PTVHomeOfficial to telecast new episodes of Ertugral @DirilisDizisi daily at 7:45 PM throughout Ramazan. Ertugral series is a great exhibition of culture & Islamic faith – an amazing journey through the phenomenal Turkish history @trtworld,” said Faisal Javed Khan.
Faisal Javed Khan who is also the Chairman of the Standing Committee of Information and Broadcasting made another announcement in another tweet. “Another great news coming soon as a Pakistani production will be dubbed in Turkish and aired in Turkey as part of bilateral exchange of knowledge, ideas, talent & content between Pakistani & Turkish entertainment industries,” said Khan.
Earlier in January, a Turkish delegation consisting of members from the acting and production team of Dirilis Ertugrul visited Pakistan.
Another great news coming soon as a Pakistani production will be dubbed in Turkish and aired in Turkey as part of bilateral exchange of knowledge, ideas, talent & content between Pakistani & Turkish entertainment industries.— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) April 10, 2021
Turkish actor Nurettin Sonmez and Ayberk Pekcan who played Bamsi and Artuk Bey in Dirilis Ertugrul 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.
Before them, another actor Celal Al had reached Pakistan on a week-long visit. Back in November, Pakistani actors Adnan Siddiqui and Humayun Saaed signed an agreement with the internationally popular Turkish serial Dirilis Ertugrul’s director to develop Pakistan’s entertainment sector.
Siddiqui took to his Instagram and Twitter to inform about the development of his fans and followers. He said that Tekdin films, the name behind Ertugrul, will be working with Pakistan’s TRT Films. He added that he, along with Saeed, will be overlooking “pre, on-going and post-production activities of this collaboration.”
Pakistan and Turkish production companies are collaborating to produce a joint series, Turk Lala, a leading figure of the Khilafat Movement.