Pakistani actor tells how his ancestral background is linked to Ertugrul’s Biggest Enemies, the Mongols

Fahad Mirza shared an old photo of his grandfather and aunt on Instagram.

Fahad Mirza’s ancestral background could be traced all the way back to the Mongols, Ertugrul’s fiercest enemies.

Recently, Pakistani actor Fahad Mirza took to Instagram to give his fans and followers a brief history lesson about his family. The esteemed actor explained how his ancestral background could be traced all the way back to the Mongols, Ertugrul’s fiercest enemies.

Fahad Mirza admits that he has deep-rooted connections with the Mongols.

Fahad Mirza shared an old photo of his grandfather and aunt on Instagram and captioned the story with a narration admitting his deep-rooted connections with the Mongols (later recognized as Mughals).

Defending the Mongols, Fahad Mirza wrote:

My Grandfather (Dada) Uzair Mirza and my phuppo!

For all those who are saying I have descended from Mongols, the same ones that Ertugrul Ghazi was fighting, let’s not forget that the descendants of the same Mongols centuries later made Islam the dominant religion in the Indian subcontinent as the Mughal Empire.

Here is the original Instagram post:

It should be noted that Fahad Mirza is a famous actor and plastic surgeon. He gained major popularity after playing the character of Essa in the 2012 drama Bari Aapa.

What are your thoughts on this? Please share with us in the comment section below.

    • wrong history you have in your mind. here is the truth The Mughals originated in Central Asia, and were descended from the Mongol ruler Jenghiz Khan and Timur (Tamburlaine), the great conqueror of Asia.
      Also Both Turks and Mongols had a common ancestor once in time(1000s of years ago). so it is also not wrong to say that Mughals were Turks and Mongols.

    • Mongols were enemies of islam later they become muslims there is no need to bad comments..on this topic..now mughals to feel proud to become muslims

      • Mongols were never enemies of Islam. Mongols were the religiously tolerant people. Christians, Buddhists, Muslims and the shamans lived in harmony in Mongol empire. All Khans of Mongol Empire allowed everyone during their time to practice any religion they wanted to. Mosques were built in Khanbaliq(Mongol capital during Kublai khan now Beijing). No one was persecuted in Mongol empire because of their religion.

  • He needs to improve his history. I’m also Belongs to Mughal family. Actual word is Mirza. And they’re from maternal side Mongol. But by paternal they’re Ethnic Turk/Central Asian Turk.

  • Berke Khan was also Mangol but he turned to Muslim and then became Muslim strength and fought against his own uncle Halaku Khan

    • Kaun hain yeh log kahan se atay hain yeh log. Shut up if you don’t know any history. Stop spreading your fake history.


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