Famous Turkish Star Celal AL applauds Feroze Khan’s ‘Khuda aur Muhabat’

Feroze Khan, leading star of super hit Pakistani darama serial “Khuda aur Muhabat” gets overwhelming responses on social media and other discussing platforms.

Famous Turkish star Celal AL who played a role of character ‘Abdul Rehman’ in renowned turkish series Dirilis: Ertugrul responded to Feroz khan’s post and Applauded darama serial ‘Khuda aur muhabat

Feroze khan, posted his photo from third episode of darama Khuda aur Muhabat to instagram and asked for feedback from viewers.

After posting it to instagram, comment section was hit like a storm and people responded warmly and graciously because people loved it’s previous parts.

Caption of post was: “bring me feedback! #khudaaurmohabbat3”

insta/ferozekhan

In response to mentioned post, number of people responded warmly and praises the darama serial.
Turkish actor Celal AL replied with these words:

Amazing Maşallah #khudaarumohabbat3 maşallah brother” along with a clapping emoji.

In response to these overwhelming greetings, Feroze Khan thanked all of his fans in a tweet.

twitter/ferozekhaan

Cast of this season:

Feroze khan and Iqra Aziz are playing main role in current khuda aur muhabat season 3.
Feroze didn’t appear in last two seasons of this renowned darama serial “Khuda aur muhabat”. Imran abbas played the main role in first and second seasons of this darama serial.

It is a noticeable thing that this season’s OST and starting episodes (currently third) on social media platforms broke the records and gained the highest viewership in just few days.

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Celal AL and Feroze are good friends too. They recently met with each other in Karachi few days back.

Feroze khan also admired the role of ‘Abdul Rehman’ which was played by Turkish star in Dirilis: Ertugrul.

feroze and celalal…. insta/ferozekhan

Waqas Haider
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