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Turkish actor Celal Al reaches Pakistan to help flood victims

The actor is receiving praise from Pakistani fans and followers for expressing solidarity with the flood victims in Pakistan.

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Famous Turkish actor Celal Al has reached Pakistan to carry out flood relief work in flood-affected areas. Pictures of him distributing relief items among flood victims have been circulating on social media since last night.

Celal Al played an important role of Abdurrahman Alp in the famous Turkish serial Dirilis Ertugrul. An actor is currently in Karachi. He is with the Red Crescent Team on the ground to help the flood victims.

“Pakistan, Karachi. We are taking your [donations] to the affected people. You can also help by texting Pakistan [to] 2868,” he wrote.

The actor is receiving praise from Pakistani fans and followers for expressing solidarity with the flood victims in Pakistan. In a recent social media post, the actor shared a video post appealing to people to donate generously. He mentioned that one-third of the country is underwater, and victims are desperately in need of aid.

“We are taking your donations to help affected people. You can also help by texting Pakistan [to] 2868,” he captioned the post that amassed a huge response.

Celal Al visited Pakistan last year. Turkish actor Celal Al, from Dirilis Ertugrul, interacted with several Pakistani artists during his stay in Karachi. The actors hosted the dinner in Karachi for the team of Ertugrul Gazi.

Read more: Imran Abbas, Ertugrul’s Celal Al sing ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ together

Celal Al updated about his activities in Karachi on his official Instagram account. He met Humayun Saeed and Adnan Siddiqui. Before them, he rubbed shoulders with actors Imran Abbas and Feroze Khan.

Sharing a photo with Ertugrul producer Kamal Tekdin and Turkish actor wrote, “Felt great to meet and interact with the producer, director, and the cast of Ertugrul Ghazi.”

Earlier, a video of Pakistani star Imran Abbas and Ertugrul actor Celal Al singing ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ in carpool karaoke has gone viral on social media.

 

 

 

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