The ‘wonderful’ first trip to India by Turkish actor Burak Deniz, including his visit to the ISKCON temple in Mumbai and his interactions with fans
Burak Deniz met Anil Kapoor and grooved to Hindi music in a vehicle, and now the Turkish actor has released fresh photographs and videos that show off his "excellent" vacation to India.
Burak Deniz uploaded several images and videos of himself taken while visiting Mumbai.
Burak Deniz, an actor from Turkey, spent this past week in Mumbai. Burak, who has been in series like Don’t Leave and The Ignorant Angels, went to an event alongside Anil Kapoor, Sobhita Dhulipala, and Aditya Roy Kapur. Additionally, he danced to a video of the song Ye Raat Aur Ye Doori from the classic Salman Khan and Aamir Khan movie Andaz Apna Apna. Recently, the actor visited the ISKCON temple in Mumbai and posted many videos and pictures on Instagram.
Burak captioned a photo on Instagram of the Mumbai skyline and glimpses of his excursion to a temple, writing, “India. Thank you; it was a wonderful experience. He presented several films from the ISKCON temple’s prayer service. A floral garland was worn around the actor’s neck in some of the other photographs and videos he shared online. Also depicted was him sitting with his hands folded within a shrine. Along with that, he uploaded a video showing his automobile passing a fan on a bike as they all exchanged greetings.
The actor visited Mumbai, and many people enjoyed viewing the pictures. I’m very happy you went India and experienced the culture and variety, one admirer said on his post. You are well-liked here. Wishing you a pleasant stay in Mumbai, India, was what another person remarked. In addition to being attractive, I adore you. Another person chimed in, “You were here in India, I can’t believe you went to the ISKCON temple. Thanks for respecting our culture. Now, I love you more.
In a recent interview, the actor spoke candidly about his first trip to India. Since I am familiar with Indian culture and adore every aspect of it, I wish I had visited India sooner. I’m quite familiar with it and would like to learn more. I would have liked to spend more time if I hadn’t been so busy with all of the things I have to do for my country’s work. In an interview with huge news, Burak had remarked, “It’s a massive culture.
When questioned about his fan base in India, Burak had responded, “Let’s see, it’s my first time! Our cultures are very similar, hence our initiatives fall into the same category as a result. We are able to communicate because both of our initiatives are sensitive. It’s why I’m treated like a part of the family here. For me personally, this is a very moving event.