Esra Bilgic aka ‘Halima Sultan’ becomes the brand ambassador of QMobile

    According to the latest post shared by Q-Mobile on their Facebook page announcing the exciting news, the doe-eyed starlet will be representing Q-Mobile as the brand ambassador for the View Max Pro series.

    Ertugrul famed Turkish actress Esra Bilgic has been making waves on national news as well as social media, ever since the drama first aired on PTV. The fans seemed to have fallen for the starlet’s character and her personality, making her the most sought-after international celebrity by Pakistani brands. In an interview with Dawn Images earlier the actress revealed plans of working with three famous Pakistani brands but did not reveal their names.

    The drama Ertugrul Ghazai has won the hearts of millions of Pakistani viewers; the actors, including Esra, have revealed plans of visiting Pakistan post COVID-19. With fans wishing for her to appear in Pakistani productions, many big names have rushed to rope her in as the face of their brands. Seems like Q-mobile has won the race and has become the first ever mobile brand to rope in a celebrity from the drama.

    Pakistan’s very own Smartphone brand, Q-Mobile’s latest VIEW Max Pro has a triple back camera system, advanced AI features and boasts a large 6.6” HD Notch Display.

    Popular for glamorous, big-budgeted advertisements, Q-mobile has lived up to its legacy of signing local and international stars. Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Mahira Khan, Fahad Mustafa and Mehwish Hayat are a few big names who have previously been attached with the brand.

    As ProPakistani reports, the CEO and Chairman of Q-Mobile, Mr. Zeeshan Akhter commented the following on the development;

    It has always been our vision to bring innovation in Pakistan through our products, technology and advertising. During the current times, we hope that this project will be a pleasant surprise for the Pakistani audiences and a benchmark for more collaborations of Pakistani brands with global celebrities.”

    The campaign will be going live soon, with excitement and expectations running high from both, the phone, and watching a beloved star represent a local Pakistani brand on local TV screens.

    Earlier last week, the actress dropped hints about becoming the brand ambassador for the PSL team, Peshawar Zalmi, and left the fans ecstatic. She wrote a tweet mentioning the chairman Javed Afridi and the team:

    Esra’s face was featured on the cover of Pakistani magazine HELLO for their June Edition. This was her first ever photoshoot and exclusive interview experience with any Pakistani publication.

    This was the first time that the Esra had appeared on any Pakistani magazine cover and it was also a proud moment for HELLO! HELLO took to Instagram to announce the big news.

    Esra sure loves her Pakistani fans, doesn’t she?

    Does this mean more international celebrity collaborations are on way? Who else would be next?
    Some Pakistani stars, however, seem to dislike international celebs taking active roles in the media. One of them is Yasir Hussain, who recently shared his opinion of a Pakistani brand’s ambassador being a Pakistani, not Indian or Turkish.


    Do you agree or disagree with his opinion? Let us know in the comments below.

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