The lead actor of the hit Turkish drama “Diriliş Ertuğrul” (Resurrection: Ertuğrul), Engin Altan Düzyatan, met fans from all around the world by means of an online occasion organized by the nation’s Yunus Emre Institute.
Şeref Ateş, the pinnacle of Yunus Emre Institute, hosted the occasion, which geared toward bringing collectively fans from all around the world to satisfy the lead actor of the beloved sequence.
The occasion was concurrently translated from Turkish into seven languages, together with Arabic, Bosnian, English, Spanish and Russian. It was seen by over 170,000 fans.
“Resurrection: Ertuğrul” is a TV sequence which sheds mild on Turkish historical past and is presently broadcast in additional than 70 international locations.
Düzyatan stated he has been performing for 25 years, however “Resurrection: Ertuğrul” is one of crucial.
“Just like all of the characters I’ve performed, I’ve discovered quite a bit from Ertuğrul Gazi (father of the Ottoman Empire’s first chief, and Duzyatan’s character). His character, his outlook on justice, humanity affected me to an awesome extent,” he stated.
Düzyatan stated feelings and emotions don’t have any language, irrespective of the place on the planet they’re skilled. “By constructing intercultural bonds, we are able to carry individuals from completely different backgrounds collectively to share one thing on mutual floor,” he added.
Fans have been fairly impressed
Fans from throughout the globe had the possibility to ask inquiries to Düzyatan throughout the occasion.
A pupil from Yunus Emre Institute in Cairo, Egypt, expressed her gratitude to the TV present, and to Düzyatan himself, for portraying the character so superbly and awakening Muslims’ emotions of being related to at least one one other.
Another viewer from Bosnia and Herzegovina, somewhat fan named Bünyamin Prasovic who was carrying the normal gear that Ertuğrul Gazi and his troopers put on within the TV present, instructed Düzyatan: “I’ve tried a lot to be such as you. I wish to be your soldier.”
The state-run Yunus Emre Institute works to advertise Turkey’s language, historical past and tradition and has been educating Turkish in collaboration with greater than 40 cultural facilities world wide.