Wife of Ertugrul star Engin Altan Duzyatan posts loving photo on his birthday

Th Ertugrul star wife wrote a birthday note for Engin Altan Duzyatan in Turkish on Instagram. The fans of Engin Altan Duzyatan from Pakistan and around the world poured in warm wishes for the actor. Engin Altan also thanked his fans for his birthday wishes. He wrote: “thank you for all the good wishes.”

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The wife of Turkish actor and Ertugrul star, Engin Altan Duzyatan, shared their photo on the actor’s 40th birthday. Neslihan Alkoclar posted the photo with her husband Engin Altan Duzyatan on Instagram on the 40th birthday of Engin Altan Duzyatan.

She also wrote a birthday note for Engin Altan Duzyatan in Turkish on Instagram. The fans of Engin Altan Duzyatan from Pakistan and around the world poured in warm wishes for the actor.

Also, the Ertugrul star took to his Instagram account and shared a message with his fans on his birthday. He announced to launch a donation campaign for the Turkish Cancer Society. Engin Altan also thanked his fans for warm wishes on the birthday. He wrote: “thank you for all the good wishes.”

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Önsözüm, son sözüm, hayatımın başrolü…iyiki doğdun aşkların en güzeli❤️ @enginaltandzytn

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The Turkish actor who played Ertugrul in Dirilis Ertugrul said he loves Pakistan, in a social media post. He thanked Pakistani fans for an overwhelming response to the serial Dirilis Ertugrul. Moreover, Engin Altan expressed his wish to visit Pakistan soon to meet his fans.

Pakistani viewers have poured in love and appreciation for Turkish actors on their social media accounts since the broadcast of the first episode of Dirilis Ertugrul on PTV.

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Bu sene doğum günüm için Türk Kanser Derneği’nde bir bağış kampanyası açtım. ⁣Bana gelecek hediyeler yerine, sevenlerimden ve yakınlarımdan, kanser tedavisi gören ve desteğe ihtiyaç duyan hastalara umut olmalarını istiyorum. Kampanya, doğum günü tarihim olan 26 Temmuz'a kadar açık kalacak.⁣ Kampanya linkine profilimden ulaşabilirsiniz. Bağışta bulunan herkese şimdiden destekleri için çok teşekkür ediyorum. @turkkanserdernegi Hepinize sevgilerimle… Engin Altan DÜZYATAN. This year, for my birthday I started a donation campaign with Turkish Cancer Society. I would like my beloved ones and relatives donate for hope to cancer patients who need support instead of buying presents to me. The campaign will continue until my birthday, 26th July. Please see the campaign link for donation on my profile. I would like to thank in advance to everyone for their support. @turkkanserdernegi Warm Regards, Engin Altan Düzyatan

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Engin’s overpowering performance of a ruler and warrior ‘Ertugrul’ in the series made him an absolute rage globally. Moreover, fans in Pakistan are in awe of his captivating performance. Altan has resurrected the forgotten Muslim warrior Ertugrul of Turkish history through his convincing performance.

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Love from Pakistan

Turkish star Engin Altan Duzyatan won the hearts of his Pakistani fans after he extended love to them by singing the iconic patriotic song Dil Dil Pakistan.

In a video circulating on social media, Altan, who plays the lead role in Ertugrul Ghazi, could be seen singing the song.

The Turkish star has won the hearts of millions of fans by essaying the historic role of Ertugrul after the drama series started airing in Pakistan on state-run television.

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Turkish actor Engin Altan Duzyatan, from Resurrection Ertugrul, opened up about appreciation and love getting from Pakistan during an interview on BBC Asian Network.

In an interview, he shared his views on why the serial Dirilis Ertugrul became a huge success in Pakistan.  However, he said the series connects with the people of Pakistan in so many ways. “I think both Turkish people and Pakistani people love well-crafted stories. Turkish series are successful at conveying a touching sense of drama to the audience,” he said.

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