Do you remember when PTI Senator Faisal Javed Khan declared in May that the Prime Minister would like to broadcast another Turkish show in PTV Pakistan?
Ok it’s official: Yunus Emre: on state-run PTV House, Aşkin Yolculuğu will be broadcast.
There is already a teaser out for the Urdu version, called Raah-e-Ishq.
’راہِ عــــــــــشـــــــــــــــــق‘ بہت جلد پی ٹی وی ہوم پر… pic.twitter.com/7rnvVTsyFI
— PTV Home (@PTVHomeOfficial) November 18, 2020
But no date as to when it will air has been confirmed.
The Senator just tweeted that yet another hit by Mehmet Bozdağ, Yunus Emre (Aşkin Yolculuğu), to be telecast on PTV” on PM Imran Khan’s orders.
On the directions of PM ImranKhan, yet another hit by @mmehmetbozdag YunusEmre (AşkinYolculuğu) to be telecast on PTV. Yunus Emre (the Dervish) was an Islamic poet, a mystic & a poor villager.Story of a great Sufi wholly dedicated to ALLAH & searching..
— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) November 19, 2020
Bozdağ, behind Diriliş Ertuğrul, is the screenwriter and producer who has taken Pakistan by storm.
Who was Yunus Emre, then?
Yunus Emre was a great Turkish thinker and poet, according to the Turkish publication Daily Sabah, “who has been a leading light for humanity for centuries with his suggestions to adopt the values of patience, satisfaction, tolerance, generosity, goodness and virtue in line with the teachings of Islam”
Yunus Emre was a great Turkish thinker and author, according to the Turkish publication Daily Sabah, “who has been a leading light for humanity for centuries with his suggestions to adopt the values of patience, satisfaction, tolerance, generosity, goodness and virtue in line with the teachings of Islam”
The publication cited sources as stating that the thinker, whose precise date of birth is uncertain, lived in Anatolia from the mid-13th century to the first quarter of the 14th century.
Anadolu Agency was told by Kamil Sarıtaş, assistant professor at the Department of Islamic Philosophy, Faculty of Theology, Eskişehir Osmangazi University (ESOGU), and head of the Yunusemre Research Centre, that Yunus Emre is known as a theological doctor and was very influential in Sufism.
He has always been the messenger of the spirituality, devotion, hope and justice teachings of Islam that transcend time and space. Sarıtaş said, Yunus Emre, who said,’ Whoever dies is the animal, the lover does not die,’ manages to stay alive and keep people alive with his words, even though it’s been hundreds of years since he died.
We’re going to go look for more detail about this new protagonist about taking over Pakistan’s TV screens before PTV reveals when the show will be broadcast.