Parents in Indian-Occupied Kashmir are naming their newborns ‘Ertugrul’
Dirilis: Ertugrul has taken Pakistan by a storm, and people aren’t getting over the Turkish drama series anytime soon. However, it seems that the Ertugrul fever has started to spread across borders as well.
According to a news outlet, parents in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) have started naming their newborns ‘Ertugrul’ following the lead character of the Turkish series.
The Consultant Pediatrician and President of Doctors Association of Kashmir Dr. Suhail Naik said ‘Ertugrul’ has become a frequently encountered name in his department as it has become a popular choice for parents.
Probably, this is the first case of a Kashmiri child being named after the protagonist of the widely popular Turkish series Dirilis: Ertuğrul (Resurrection). #ErtugrulGhazi #Kashmir #Turkey pic.twitter.com/UVJtvwFejx
— M Tahir (@TahirFiraz) June 2, 2020
Previously in IoK, ‘Ertugrul caps’ with fur also became a trend. People started to wear fez like the Ottoman soldiers, which is a slightly claret red headwear.
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