Pakistani PM Imran Khan Shares Views about Resurrection: Ertugrul

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Pakistani PM Imran Khan has recently shared his views about Turkish TV series Resurrection: Ertugrul (“Diriliş: Ertuğrul” in Turkish). Pakistan television is telecasting the world-wide famous historic TV drama in the Urdu language.

According to Geo News‘s report, the prime minister has set a media interaction a couple of days ago. So, during this media interaction, the Prime Minister of Pakistan made important statements about the popularity of Turkish serials in his country. But the most important notes were given on Resurrection: Ertugrul was its valuable role to teach.

Pakistani PM Imran Khan shared his views on Turkish historic drama Resurrection: Ertugrul — Diriliş Ertuğul. (Image Credit-INCPak)
Pakistani PM Imran Khan shared his views on Turkish historic drama Resurrection: Ertugrul — Diriliş Ertuğul. (Image Credit-INCPak)

Pakistani PM Imran Khan: “Lessons about Islamic History and Ethics”

The prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, stated that Pakistani youth can learn about Islamic history and ethics by watching the Turkish drama. Due to the fact that the common history and religion, Turkish series have already been very popular in Pakistan. However, this popularity made its pick with Resurrection: Ertugrul. And so, the prime minister has acknowledged this popularity and demand for Turkish dramas.

So many fans of Resurrection: Ertugrul from all around the world mention the series with a special name. So, they call the series “Turkish Game of Thrones.” It is explanatory though. Because it explains why the Turkish series such as Ertugrul and Magnificent Century is famous worldwide.

Prime Minister Imran Khan shares his views over PTV telecast of famous Turkish drama serial Diriliş Ertuğrul; it will make our youth learn about Islamic history and ethics.

A Brief Stroy of Resurrection: Ertugrul — Dirilis Ertugrul

Created by Mehmet Bozdağ, the popular TV series Diriliş: Ertuğrul features Engin Altan Düzyatan in the lead role. Diriliş: Ertuğrul is based on the historical foundation of the Ottoman Empire and focused on more action scenes. This makes the series more attractive for those who enjoy fighting scenes.

Resurrection: Ertugrul — Diriliş Ertuğrul, Turkish historic drama. (Image Credit-Daily Sabah)
Resurrection: Ertugrul — Diriliş Ertuğrul, Turkish historic drama. (Image Credit-Daily Sabah)

Kayı Tribe is one of the Turkic tribes who fleed from central Asia after the Mongol Hordes began its dreadful march. Kayı Tribe’s journey through Anatolia was really hard, all the troubles of the migration plus famines and conflicts. Süleyman Şah, the aged leader of the tribe, has two sons as heir, Gündoğdu and Ertuğrul. However, being the heir of the tribe will not be easy for Ertuğrul. Thus, he should earn it and all the lords of the clan must accept Ertugrul’s leadership. But one way or another, Ertugrul makes everyone accept his leading position, and so, he will turn the small clan into a state.

Is Resurrection: Ertugrul Turkish Series Continue?

Resurrection: Ertugrul, the Turkish historic drama, ended last year. The series lasted for 5 seasons and 150 episodes. And with the final episode, the series said goodbye to its audience. However, a new historical drama The Ottoman replaced “Resurrection: Ertugrul.”

Kuruluş Osmanlı, The Ottoman, Turkish historic drama serial. (Image Credit-Prensario Internacional)
Kuruluş Osmanlı, The Ottoman, Turkish historic drama serial. (Image Credit-Prensario Internacional)

The story of Kuruluş Osman – The Ottoman is the story of the foundation of the Ottoman Empire. Burak Özçivit acts as the founder of the Ottoman Empire “Osman Bey“. So, the survival and foundation struggles of the Ottoman Empire will meet with viewers. The main duty of Osman Bey, the son of Ertuğrul Ghazi, is to make principality a state! So, there will be so many obstacles for Osman Bey in this struggle. And especially the Byzantine Empire.

 

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