Q-Mobile Becomes First Pakistani Brand To Have Esra Bilgiç As Their New Brand Ambassador

Ever since Pakistan’s National television channel started telecasting Ertugrul Ghazi, the nation seems to have fallen in love with the character of the strong and resilient Halima Sultan played by Turkish actress Esra Bilgic. The fame of the show and the actress have been making headlines on social media in Pakistan for a while now and the viewers have been eagerly waiting for Esra to appear in Pakistani productions leading to news of multiple Pakistani brands trying to approach her in the past months.

The big question was which brand will get Esra first and finally, the winner of this race is Pakistan’s very own Smartphone brand, Q-Mobile.

Known for their glamourous and clutter-breaking advertising since the beginning, Q-Mobile has yet again delighted their fans by signing up Esra Bilgic as the Brand Ambassador for their new product, VIEW Max Pro.  The product has been announced as a Camera phone with a triple back camera system with advanced AI features and a large 6.6” HD Notch Display. It is expected to be a leader in its segment and prove its value for the money.

The brand has a legacy of bringing on board the biggest national and international stars, but it will be the first time that an international Turkish star will be on Pakistani screens.

The CEO and Chairman of Q-Mobile, Mr Zeeshan Akhter commented

“It has always been our vision to bring innovation in Pakistan through our products, technology and advertising. During the current times, we hope that this project will be a pleasant surprise for the Pakistani audiences and a benchmark for more collaborations of Pakistani brands with global celebrities.”

The campaign launch is expected very soon, and the excitement is tremendous around the news and the product. Q-Mobile tends to fulfil the expectations of its fans yet again.


Shahjehan Saleem
Shahjehan Saleem

The author is the Editor of Diva Online as well as a film & fashion critic. He is also a professor in the Department of Media Sciences at SZABIST, Karachi. Socio-cultural theories and geography fill up the rest of his time.

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