Burak Deniz, a well-known personality in the Turkish entertainment industry, is mainly recognized for his exceptional performances in movies and TV shows. He recently visited India to explore the Indian film industry and understand the cultural exchange between Turkey and India.
Burak visited Mumbai to take part in the 23rd FICCI FRAMES, an occasion organized by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry’s media and entertainment branch in order to debate and discuss various facets of the Indian media and entertainment sector. He was overjoyed by the support and admiration of his Indian supporters during the event, demonstrating the enormous fan base he has there. Burak has made no secret of his love for Bollywood and affection for artists from his country, like Amir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, and Salman Khan.
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A video of Burak Deniz copying Shah Rukh Khan’s famous pose went popular on social media, and his followers were ecstatic. In the video, the host is seen teaching the stance to Burak, but he soon recognizes the allusion and strikes the pose, drawing applause from the crowd. He also expressed his deep respect for Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, and director Rajkumar Hirani, stating that he admires their work and is a big fan of their movies. Burak then also revealed his desire to collaborate with them in the future, which would be an amazing opportunity and a dream come true for him.
Later that evening, Burak was captured sharing the stage with none other than Anil Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapoor greeting them and giving his best regards for their future endeavors.
Further, in his speech at the FICCI FRAMES event, Deniz emphasizes the importance of these gatherings and events that bring individuals from different cultures. He stresses the value of face-to-face encounters and communication, emphasizing how these activities help individuals connect with and better understand one another. Deniz also considers the effects of globalization and how it is shrinking the world. He attributes his introduction to the Indian market to websites like YouTube and thinks that it has a significant impact on the interaction between individuals from other cultures.