Imran Abbas visits sets of 'Diriliş: Ertuğrul' , 'Kuruluş: Osman' in Turkey

Actor shared photos with Celal Al and the producer of the shows

Entertainment Desk March 10, 2021

Earlier, Imran Abbas, who was vacationing in Turkey, had shared a video of jamming to Junaid Jamshed's Dil Dil Pakistan with the Diriliş: Ertuğrul famed actor, Celal Al. Al, who plays Abdul Rahman Alp in the period drama, was also spotted welcoming Abbas to Istanbul with some Turkish Delights.

Now, after Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry paid a visit to the sets of Diriliş: Ertuğrul and Kuruluş: Osman, Abbas has followed suit. Taking to Instagram, the Dil-e-Muztar star shared photos with AL, and the producer of Kuruluş: Osman from the sets of both the series.

Al and the producer presented Abbas with a flag of the Kayi tribe and to thank them, Abbas wrote in his caption, “Thank you, Celal Al and Ozcan Ayma, for presenting me this handmade flag and showing me around the sets of Ertugrul Ghazi and Kuruluş: Osman.”

When Al welcomed Abbas to Turkey, he shared a post on his social media writing, "You came to meet us in Karachi, and so we're here to welcome you to Istanbul.”


A post shared by Celal AL (@celalall)

In the same thread, he shared photos with Humayun Saeed, Sadia Khan, Kashif Ansari, Adnan Siddiqui and Reema Khan. In the caption, he wrote in Turkish, Urdu and English, so the diversity of followers on his social media could get a grip of what he was saying. "Hello and welcome all my Muslim brothers who are from India and Pakistan,” he penned. “Türk -Pak Brotherhood Zindabad,” he added.

The Pakistani actors had visited Istanbul to talk about the production of Turk-Lala.

In January, a Turkish delegation met the Prime Minister Imran Khan to discuss in detail the joint venture which will feature actors from both countries and be based on the renowned sub-continent personality from the Khilafat Movement. Saeed called it his ‘biggest project ever’.

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