Debate on social media: What political figure does Ertugrul's character resemble?


Debate on social media: What political figure does Ertugrul's character resemble


In Pakistan, where people still cherish the wisdom of 'Mere Paas Tum Ho', the stories of Saad's 'Ahad Wafa' are still told, so it is not surprising that a glimpse of Ertugrul is now Pakistanis are beginning to see their political leaders.

Cinemas are closed in Pakistan, entertainment venues are deserted, but a look at the YouTube channel of the Ertugrul Ghazi drama suggests that Pakistanis may have found a partner to kill their boredom in these difficult circumstances.

About 2.5 million users have so far subscribed to the YouTube channel TRT Ertugrul by PTV. The channel was launched on April 18 and is now seeing an increase in fans of characters like Ertugrul and Halima.

It is not possible for a popular drama to be aired and the audience to watch it. Users on social media have been seen commenting on the characters and the story of the play.


And it is not even possible for a large section of the society to be applauded for the drama and for Pakistani politicians not to take part in this debate on social media.

It is a well-known fact that Prime Minister Imran Khan is one of the fans of this drama who has praised the 'Islamic civilization' shown in it and on his instructions it is being aired on state TV. Is.

However, Hina Pervaiz Butt, a member of the provincial assembly from PML-N, also turned to social media, yesterday to give her opinion on the drama.
Debate on social media: What political figure does Ertugrul's character resemble

Hina Pervez was seen acknowledging the leadership abilities of her leader Maryam Nawaz. In a tweet, he wrote, "After watching the Ertugrul drama, I thought that Maryam Nawaz Sahib also possesses these qualities."

After this tweet, a storm broke out on social media and while the people of PML-N we're overjoyed to be associated with the hero of the drama, the users of the opposition political parties were seen reciting the anthems of their respective leaders.



'Ertugrul helped bring Imran Khan and Maryam Nawaz on one page'

In the various roles of Ertugrul, people began to look for current political figures, but many users became interested only in which political leader accurately portrayed Ertugrul.
Debate on social media: What political figure does Ertugrul's character resemble

Journalist and anchorperson Fareeha Idrees sought the views of Twitter users on the question and added the names of Imran Khan and Maryam Nawaz as well as PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto for selection.

A user named Saqib posted a series of tweets in which he put up pictures of Pakistani politicians with pictures of various characters of the play such as Kurduglu, Kara Toye Ghar and Gondudlu.

Saqib wrote that these are the politicians who resemble the characters of this play not in form and appearance but inhabits and habits.

Journalist Abbas Nasir shared a humorous tweet pointing to Imran Khan's party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders supporting the drama and Hina Pervez Butt's recent tweet.
Debate on social media: What political figure does Ertugrul's character resemble

"Ertugrul helped bring Imran Khan and Maryam Nawaz together on one page and once again Turkey's 'dramatic offices' are bringing together Pakistanis who feel like strangers," he said.

"We must promote local history."

ShahbazGill, the PTI's recently promoted Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Political Communications, also shared his views on the Ertugrul drama a few days ago.
Debate on social media: What political figure does Ertugrul's character resemble

Shahbaz Gill, who has been making headlines for his statements, wrote on his Twitter handle on May 9 that the drama "Ertugrul Ghazi" shows that traitors used to run the government and as soon as the situation deteriorated or When accountability approached, they would go to the enemies and take refuge.

Shahbaz Gill did not specify who he was referring to, but consumers themselves seemed to draw that conclusion.

While supporters of the PTI linked the fabric of the tweet to former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, a user named Saud wrote that "here the poet is mocking Pervez Musharraf."

Pakistan People's Party leader Nafisa Shah did not get into a debate over which the political figure could be seen in Ertugrul's role.
Debate on social media: What political figure does Ertugrul's character resemble
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Nafisa Shah raised a few questions on the social networking site as to why Pakistan Television is finally showing a Turkish drama. He said that it can also be seen on private channels.

"We must promote local history and talent," he was quoted as saying by Pakistan Television.

Taking full advantage of these dramas, Pakistani politicians are sometimes seen giving messages based on the morals contained in these dramas as well as teaching lessons to be learned from them.

The series doesn't seem to end soon with a flurry of drama.

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