Pakistan is in Tears on Social Media as ‘Ertugrul’ Dies In Kurulus: Osman

Pakistan is in Tears on Social Media as ‘Ertugrul’ Dies In Kurulus: Osman

Pakistan is emotionally down as Ertugrul’s character laid to rest; even social media users are condoling the demise of the character loved by the entire Muslim ummah. Pakistan is in Tears on Social Media as ‘Ertugrul’ Dies In Kurulus: Osman.

Moreover, Pakistani social media users are bowed down and weepy on the death of Pakistan’s most beloved Turkish character Ertugrul, in the historical drama Kurulus: Osman.

Ertugrul was the Character Near to Everyone’s Heart in Pakistan

The famous Turkish show knuckles down to the life of Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire. Moreover, it is the sequel to Diriliş: Ertuğrul, which was centred around the life of Ertugrul, father of Osman, which was played by Engin Altan Düzyatan.

Pakistan is in Tears on Social Media as ‘Ertugrul’ Dies In Kurulus: Osman

The last episode cast the gloom on the nation, showed the major character dying, leaving fans in terrible shock. In the overwhelming episode, the Kayi tribe was seen lamented on the death of Ertugrul. In addition to this, it shows Bamsi and Osman taking a body for burial as Selcan Hatun, Bala Hatun, and other women cry dolefully.

Hashtag Ertugrul Ghazi trends on Twitter as people mourn his death

Pakistani viewers took to Twitter to express their love-bond and anguish on the demise of the character.

Engin Altan Duzyatan aka Ertugrul did a top-notch performance in the Turkish drama series Diriliş: Ertuğrul. It became a run-of-the-mill in Pakistan since the show aired on the state-owned channel Pakistan Television (PTV). As the show is based on the life and times of the 13th-century and has been swooped on by the nation with love and affection.

Moreover, in the show, Ertugrul plays the role of a Muslim Oghuz Turk leader. PTV commenced airing a dubbed version in April. This historical TV drama and the character of Ertugrul Ghazi have been treasured by all ages.

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