The Turkish tv sequence “Diriliş Erturğrul” (“Resurrection: Ertuğrul”) has handed 10 million subscribers on its Urdu-language YouTube channel, stated public broadcaster’s worldwide information channel TRT World’s director of digital technique and content material on Monday.
“We’ve handed 10 million subscribers on our Urdu Ertuğrul channel on @YouTube – Thanks to all of the followers world wide and to everybody who has contributed to the success. We’re simply getting began,” Riyaad Minty stated on Twitter. Diriliş Ertuğrul has round 15 million subscribers globally throughout all languages, with over three billion views, Minty famous.
TRT is working with state-run Pakistan Television (PTV) to translate and dub the sequence and make it accessible to the Urdu-speaking viewers in Pakistan and overseas without spending a dime.
TRT is targeted on guaranteeing that the dubbed model of the sequence is uploaded on YouTube in order that the present may be seen internationally by Urdu-speaking audiences world wide.
PTV dubbed the sequence in Urdu after Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Turkey final 12 months and was knowledgeable in regards to the significance of the sequence.
On Apr. 25, coinciding with the primary day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, PTV aired the primary episode of the favored Turkish TV sequence, which highlights the historical past of Muslims in the course of the 13th century.
Shortly after the 45-minute lengthy first episode was broadcast, #ErtugrulUrduPTV was trending with viewers welcoming the sequence as they shared some scenes from the primary episode on social media.
Often described because the Turkish “Game of Thrones”, the sequence is woven round 13th century Anatolia and tells the story earlier than the institution of the Ottoman Empire. It illustrates the battle of Ertuğrul Gazi, father of the empire’s founder.
Other Turkish TV sequence have additionally grow to be massively in style in Pakistan.
Turkey, Pakistan and Malaysia agreed in September 2019 to combat the rising world pattern of Islamophobia, primarily within the West.
The trio of nations determined to launch a tv channel devoted to confronting the challenges posed by Islamophobia and to supply movies on Muslim heroes.