Pakistani stars Adnan Siddiqui and Humayun Saeed have signed a deal with Dirilis: Ertugrul producer to boost the entertainment industry of both countries.
Pakistan and Turkey are joining hands to start a new era in the Pakistani entertainment industry. After Dirilis Ertugrul, the Pakistani and Turkish film and drama industry seemed anxious to work together. This partnership will flourish both industries and will help in building a strong bond between both countries.
The next steps have been taken following the agreement which was signed between TRT Films, Dr Kashif Ansari and Tekdin Films, one of the producers of the hit Turkish historical series Diriliş: Ertuğrul.
The Pakistan and Turkey collaboration has taken the next step towards finalization after an agreement was signed recently in Islamabad, reports reveal.
Actor Adnan Siddiqui took to Instagram and shared, “As millennials say; “super stoked” to bring to you a partnership that transcends borders. Pakistan and Turkey have joined hands in a collaboration between Kashif Ansari’s Ansari films, TRT films and Kamal Tekdin’s Tekdin Films to usher in a fresh era in Pakistani industry.”
He went on to add that he and fellow peer Humayun Saeed are working with the production houses for possible projects.
“The new venture has also got on board yours truly and Humayun Saeed as an extended arm, which means both of us will be taking care of all the pre, on-going and post-production activities of this collaboration,” the Meray Pass Tum Ho star continued, adding, “For the uninitiated, Tekdin Films is the name behind the blockbuster Diriliş: Ertuğrul.”
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Adnan concluded, saying, “I have always believed that art should be free from the shackles of international and geopolitical boundaries. This is my small step towards that.”
Moreover, actors Humayun Saeed, Adnan Siddiqui, TRT Film’s Dr Ansari and Chairman CPEC General Asim Saleem Bajwa were spotted together to take forward the collaboration between the two countries.