Esra Bilgic Reacts After Monstrous Explosions Rock Beirut
Esra Bilgic Is Saddened After Watching The Beirut Explosions
Terrible explosions rocked Lebanon's capital Beirut last evening and the videos of the explosions have since gone viral on social media. People all over the world are in mourning and expressing their sympathies with the Lebanese people in this grave and perilous time.
Esra Bilgic is Pakistan's equivalent of Nazia Hassan in her absolute prime. The actress has seen a meteoric rise in her fame following the series' success in Pakistan and an endorsement by the honorable Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan.
Ever since Prime Minister Imran Khan advised his fellow countrymen to follow a certain Turkish television series and learn from it, Dirilis: Ertugrul has taken Pakistan by storm. Its lead characters have become somewhat of a household name among Pakistanis, and none more so than the beautiful eyed Esra Bilgic, also known as Halime Hatun.
The actress has enjoyed unprecedented success and admiration in Pakistan and she was left devastated and saddened after hearing about the explosions that rocked Beirut.
Taking to Twitter, the superstar, who recently endorsed Pakistani brands QMobile and Jazz, was left absolutely speechless at the horrifying explosions in Beirut as she wrote:
"Shocking. Terrifying. I’m speechless. Deepest condolences to everyone caught up with this unfurling disaster in Lebanon."
Shocking. Terrifying. I’m speechless. Deepest condolences to everyone caught up with this unfurling disaster in Lebanon. ????????— Esra Bilgiç (@esbilgic) August 4, 2020
Turkey, Pakistan, Malaysia, and the rest of the Muslim world stand in solidarity with Lebanon after the earth-shattering explosions last evening.
Among other celebrities, Pakistan's Hadiqa Kiani also extended her sympathies with the Lebanese people. She tweeted:
This is devastating. I just called every friend and family member I have in Beirut and each of them were directly impacted. Praying for Lebanon. pic.twitter.com/jvElTyCEOU— Hadiqa Kiani (@Hadiqa_Kiani) August 4, 2020
Hamza Ali Abbasi also tweeted:
#Beirut Ya Allah have mercy... Prayers for Lebanon. Way too tragic and heartbreaking. ????????— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) August 5, 2020
Feroze Khan also took to Twitter and posted:
"heart goes out for the people in #Beruit I am praying for a speedy recovery"
- heart goes out for the people in #Beruit I am praying for a speedy recovery. ????— Feroze Khan (@ferozekhaan) August 4, 2020
We, at HNH Style, extend our deepest sympathies with the Lebanese people in this grave hour and wish they come out of this crisis very soon.