Turkish starlet Esra Bilgic or Halime Sultan from the globally acclaimed period drama Dirilis: Ertugrul, has revealed that she wants to visit Kashmir.
Turkish historical drama Dirilis Ertugrul has generated quite a following in Pakistan and fans are just in awe with the TV series. The leading character of this series Halime Sultan or Halime Hatun in Turkish is one of the most revered characters of the season for her elegant style and her acting.
Ms. Bilgic also responded to the love she is getting from Pakistanis and had once said that she wants to visit Pakistan but now Esra Bilgic has made her fans even more excited when in an interview with Hello Magazine she said that she wants to visit Kashmir to experience the culture. Ms. Bilgiç said that she is very much fond of Kashmiri culture.
“I love the mountainous areas of the Babusar Kaghan valley; the views overlooking the valley of Leepa in Azad Kashmir(PaK); the camp plan in Concordia and the amazing Deosai plateau. In fact, the Kashmir region is one of the places I am most curious about and want to travel to and determine a few places for the documentary project.” She was quoted a saying by the Magazine.
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Talking about her character in the Turkish blockbuster, she said, “Halime Sultan is sensitive and strong as I am. She listens to the sound of her heart but never ignores her mind and values. Just like me, she respects nature, people, animals, and plants,”
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