Peshawar Zalmi owner, Javed Afridi, and Turkish actress Esra Bilgic have hinted at a new beginning on Wednesday. Both Afridi and Bilgic had tweeted about a cryptic message of a possible ‘new beginning’ on their official Twitter accounts.
The tweets triggered the interest of the fans and followers of Peshawar Zalmi and Bilgic in Pakistan. Perhaps, the words of Afridi are coming true when he hinted at hiring Bilgic as the brand ambassador of Peshawar Zalmi, a franchise of the Pakistan Super League. Bilgic had also announced last July that she would soon share the good news with Zalmi fans.
NEW BEGINNINGS ✨ @esbilgic
— Javed Afridi (@JAfridi10) February 10, 2021
Last month, she had posted a picture of Islamia College Peshawar with the caption, City of Flowers, pointing to her expected arrival in Pakistan soon. She posted the image on her Twitter and Instagram. Following her, Javed Afridi, the CEO of Haier Pakistan and owner of Peshawar Zalmi also shared her tweet on his Twitter account. In a separate post, Afridi also tweeted: City of Flowers.
Perhaps, Bilgic is being invited by Afridi to Pakistan for the upcoming season of the Pakistan Super League. Last year in July, Afridi had shared the possibility of hiring Bilgic as the brand ambassador of Peshawar Zalmi.
Bilgic, who played Halime Sultan in Dirilis Ertugrul, had also tweeted and told her fans to expect good news regarding her partnership with Peshawar Zalmi and Pakistan Super League.
Taking to Twitter on Esra wrote, “I will be sharing some good news with you soon”. She tagged the owner of Peshawar Zalmi, Javed Afridi, and the Twitter account of Peshawar Zalmi in her tweet.
Her tweet aroused excitement and interest in her fans. However, her tweet hinted at fixing a deal with Peshawar Zalmi.
In a tweet, Javed Afridi said, ‘WHAT IF WE OFFER TO #HalimeSultan AS WELL’. He tweeted just a day after stoking frenzy on social media when he hinted at signing Engin Altan Duzyatan, who played the titular role of Ertugrul in Dirilis Ertugrul as the brand ambassador of Peshawar Zalmi.