Shaan slams Pakistani brands for hiring international stars as their ambassadors
Shaan mentioned that for them business is everything. He said that in Covid-19 not only the artist but every profession got hit badly, it was the time to support your own county instead of others.
Shaan further says that if you have so much talent in your own country then why are you looking for it in other countries beside Pakistan.
Several social media users have criticised Shaan Shahid and called him jealous that Ertugrul stars are taking their market.
Following the success of Turkey’s historical drama Resurrection: Ertugrul, more commonly known as the Muslim Game of Thrones, in Pakistan, Azerbaijan has now bought the rights to the globally-acclaimed TV series.
After hitting home screens in Urdu, enthralling viewers with its depiction of Islam, Ertugrul Ghazi, the Muslim Oghuz Turk leader who stole the hearts of millions across the world, will now speak Azeri on state TV.
AZTV said that work has begun for the dubbing of the 150-episode drama, which started airing in 2014 all the way up to 2019; and following the completion the TV show will glue its Azeri audience to their screens five days of the week.
The series depicts 13th century Anatolia and tells the story before the establishment of the Ottoman Empire. It illustrates the struggle of Ertugrul Gazi, father of the empire's first leader.