Pakistanis and their love for Ertugrul has made international headlines many a times!
And today, considering the fan following of Ertugrul in Pakistan, an international publication Khaleej Times mis-takes Ali Zafar’s ad poster for Tecno as a remake of Ertugrul:
Pakistan is making any local version of #Ertugrul ?
— Khaleej Mag (@KhaleejMag) September 10, 2020
And people have the funniest things to say!
What is this ? Captain Jack Sparrow meets Ertugrul? 😂
— Arsala 🇵🇰 (@ArsalaHayat) September 10, 2020
When you order Ertugrul online. https://t.co/UcWQWJOkzO
— Sahira Yousafzai (@theSahira_) September 10, 2020
Oi my Pakistani parents do not need this rn they’ve binge watched Ertugrul for the past 3 months https://t.co/bLCWsMt66b
— s (@shehzaaaaddd) September 11, 2020
The classic Moin Akhtar meme made it to the reactions:
— Sufilok (@iamfattahz) September 10, 2020
Some even had a name for the series!
Ertu Dur Fitay Mun ! https://t.co/7NXtVxm83P
— Blue on Blue (@razzblues) September 10, 2020
looks like myanmar originated "Mulan"…. https://t.co/GjipVnoK2g
— Armada 🛡 (@waqas03) September 11, 2020
Mans trying to be ertugrul but he looks like noyan🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/AYgrHEHkRe
— aleena 🌙 (@aleena__ns) September 10, 2020
We’re loving the names!
Ertugrul ke muqable par Al-Shughrul https://t.co/4jdizE9b91
— Shah Noor Butt (@RealShahnoor) September 10, 2020
It sure does!
Pakistanis are REALLY obsessed with Ertugrul innit 🤣this takes the cake https://t.co/VPf00spGxO
— 🍉 (@Rxxul) September 11, 2020
People were not anticipating it:
I genuinely hope they go bankrupt before casting anyone or shooting. :/ https://t.co/PctPA0CMKF
— Gurrrrrr⁷ (@GulGhutae) September 11, 2020
Take our money!
The mughal empire was a real thing btw, in case pakistan wanted to make a drama about their own history or something lol https://t.co/gSH2Hn9cQk
— 🧸 (@kvdejaa) September 11, 2020
Some thought he looked more like Jack Sparrow:
Looks more like Pirates Of The Caribbean https://t.co/1F3cLllI6J
— Arshad (@Ash7864) September 11, 2020
People wanted something to be made on their own history:
How about no
Make something on our own history. https://t.co/qnZIOoLgYt
— AS (@AScf90) September 10, 2020
Some people were excited:
This is gonna be so bad ima have to watch it https://t.co/SKJTdu6Nl5
— m&ms UAE (@BlurrbubbIe) September 11, 2020
Lol, no one’s copying anyone here:
We didn’t ask to copy lol we just asked them to step up their game lmao
— Anusha (@dorritos248) September 11, 2020
This little mistake is giving us major ideas, would you like a remake of Ertugrul? Let us know in the comments below!