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Ertugrul’s Aslihan Hatun calls herself ‘Yellow Daisy’

August 5, 2022 01:11 AM


Ertugrul is a TV series which got its fame in Pakistan at the time of the first Quarantine. It tells us about the history of Muslims and how the Ottoman Empire rose to the heights of the skies from nothing. 

The character of Turgut Alp’s wife Aslihan Hatun was played by Gyulsim Ali, a very well-known Turkish actress and model.

Gyulsim recently posted a photo on Instagram in a yellow frock that has her fans shook to the spine because of her mesmerizing smile and how she is slaying in the dress. 

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Gyulsim posted the photo with a caption in Turkish saying ‘sari papatya’ which actually means Yellow daisy referring to her dashingly gorgeous look in the yellow dress. Her fans, in the comments dropped love bombs on her and adored her a lot. 

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