Baku: The popular Turkish drama series Darlus Ertugrul will also be broadcast on the official channel of Azerbaijan.
According to the Turkish News Agency, Azerbaijan’s state television AZ TV said in a statement that the rights to broadcast the drama have been acquired. The drama began to gain popularity in Azerbaijan in 2014.
According to the Azeri state channel, dubbing and editing of 150 episodes of the play has started. The drama will be aired on state channels five days a week.
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Earlier, it was decided to air Ertugrul Ghazi on state television in Pakistan and last year the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan issued formal instructions for it. Broadcasting
The TV series on the pre-Ottoman Turkish region and the situation in the Islamic world has broken the previous record of popularity in the Muslim world and especially in Pakistan.
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On the other hand, in the beginning of the armed conflict over the border dispute with Armenia, Turkey had declared its full support for Azerbaijan, which has increased the closeness between the two countries.
Diriliş: Ertuğrul is a Turkish historical fiction and adventure television series created by Mehmet Bozdağ, starring Engin Altan Düzyatan in the title role. It was filmed in Riva, a village in the Beykoz district of Istanbul, Turkey, and premiered on TRT 1 in Turkey on 10 December 2014. The show is set in the 13th century and centers around the life of Ertuğrul, the father of Osman I, who was the founder of the Ottoman Empire.
The show has been well received in Turkey and abroad, particularly in Pakistan and Azerbaijan.However, several countries in the Arab world have banned the show and fatwas have been issued against it.
After saving Shahzade Numan, Shahzade Yigit and Halime Sultan, Ertuğrul puts the Kayı in a series of problems with the Templars and a powerful Seljuk man, Karatoygar. A problem also arises with Kurdoğlu, who betrays Ertuğrul and Suleyman Shah, his blood brother and also father of Ertuğrul and Bey of the Kayı.
They attempt to migrate to Aleppo however are stopped by Nasir, a traitor working for the Templars. Ertuğrul kills him and successfully convinces the Emir of Aleppo to see the truth. Finally settled in Aleppo, Suleyman Shah orders the Kayı to siege the Templar castle.
They succeed and the Kayı celebrate and Turgut Alp marries Aykiz, his childhood sweetheartm and only love.
Soon after, Ertuğrul also marries with Halime. The Kayı migrate to the Seljuk-Mongol borders in Anatolia near Erzurum, following the will of Suleyman Shah before he died.
In the second season, Ertuğrul is captured by the Mongols, led by Bayju Noyan. Meanwhile, the Kayi Tribe led by Hayme Ana seeks refuge with the Dodurga Tribe, led by Korkut Bey, her brother.
They were attacked by Mongols and there were many casualties. When the Kayis go in search for Ertugrul, they find his ring in a pile of burnt coal and assume that he is dead. Halime is devastated but is revived when Ertuğrul returns.
Ertuğrul’s escape from the Mongols and subsequent return to his tribe creates internal strife between him and his cousin Tugtekin, the head alp (warrior) of the Dodurga. As Noyan had nailed his hand, he was incapable of holding a sword.
Thus, his head of alp title is taken away from him and he is neither an alp nor a head. Meanwhile, Aytolun (Hayme Ana’s sister in law – Korkut Bey’s second wife), plots behind his back to help her brother Gümüstekin become the margrave with the help of Emir Sadettin Kopek. Ertuğrul is sent on exile by Hayme Ana.
Tugtekin confronts him but Ertuğrul tells Tugtekin that his alp Kocabash is a traitor and the Mongols would be arriving. As soon as Ertuğrul leaves, Kocabash changes sides with Noyan and his soldiers injure Tugtekin badly and presume him to be dead. Kocabas goes to the nomad tent and tells everyone that Ertuğrul killed Tugtekin.
Ertuğrul chops his head as a punishment when he arrives at the nomad tent. Korkut throws a knife at him which pierces Hayme Ana. On the execution of Ertuğrul, his Alps save him and Tugtekin appears which makes the situation better. Head of Alps is taken back from Tugtekin and given to Gundogdu.
Gokce marries Tugtekin. The tension is further escalated with the arrival of Sungurtekin, Ertuğrul’s long lost brother. Aytolun and Goncagul steal the Oghuz seal from Sungurtekin. Aytolun poisons Korkut and herself and puts the blame on Banu Cicek, Korkut’s adoptive daughter. However, Ertuğrul shows Gundogdu and Hayme Ana her reality and stops Gundogdu from marrying Goncagul.
They go to war secretly with Gümüstekin, Aytolun and Goncagul follow Selcan and Halime to the stream bed.
After a fierce fight, Aytolun takes advantage of Halime’s pregnancy and knee’s her on her womb. Halime faints and Aytolun attempts to chop her head off but is killed by an arrow shot by Abdurrahman alp. Goncagul runs away. Noyan and Goncagul fall in love and kidnap Gokce from the nomad tent who kills Goncagul. Noyan later martyrs both Gokce and Tugtekin.
Ertuğrul’s son, Gündüz is born. Turgut stomps off angry because Ertuğrul does not let him kill Noyan and take his revenge. Ertugrul mortally wounds Noyan who attempts to kill Gündüz. After defeating Gümüstekin and Noyan, the tribe is split between joining Ertuğrul on the Western border of Anatolia, or staying with Gundogdu and Sungurtekin.
Moreover, till that time Ertuğrul’s cousin Tugtekin and his uncle Korkut are dead. In the end, Ertuğrul, his brother Dundar, Halime Hatun, Gunduz, and Hayme Ana, along with 400 other people journey to the western edge of Anatolia, leaving behind the rest of the Kayi Tribe. Sadattein Kopek’s soldiers attack them and kill Yigit Alp.
Bogac tries to kill Gündüz, but is killed by Turgut, who rescues Gündüz and is made head of Alps by Ertugrul. They migrate to a new fertile land near the Byzantine-Seljuk border.
In the third season, Ertugrul deals with the Çavdar (Çavuldar or Candaroğlullari) tribe, the most powerful tribe in the western region of Anatolia. Led by Candar Bey and his children Ural, Aslihan, and Aliyar, the Cavdars are very skilled at trading. However, Ural is devious and seeks his father’s beylik, and does anything to achieve this.
Following Ertugrul’s conquest of the Hanli Bazar, Ural Bey is sentenced to death for his role in destroying property, killing Ertugrul’s Alps, and killing the Tekfur(governor) of Karacahisar Castle. With the help of Emir Sadettin Kopek, Ural is freed and seeks help from Vasiliyus the new commander of Karacahisar,
who seeks a bloody war with the Turks. Later, Dundar bey falls in love with Gunyeli but Gunyeli hatuns father serves Ural. Dundar was warned by Halime Hatun but takes her warning lightly. Dundar believed Gunyeli wasn’t like her father so he told her he and Dogan were going to Konya on a secret mission.
Gunyeli reported this information to her father who then informed Ural Bey. On their way to Konya they were attacked by Ural Bey and Vasilius resulting in Dundar being taken prisoner and Dogan Alp killed. During absence of Ertugrul and Cavdar’s new bey Aliyar. Ural tries to become bey of his tribe but is defeated and killed.
Ertugrul bands together with Aliyar Bey to defeat Vasiliyus, but Aliyar Bey dies along the way. Savcı, Etugrul’s son is born and Bamsi marries Helena who later becomes Muslim and changes her name from Helena to Hafsa Hatun.
The Seljuk Sultan comes to examine his western borders, and Vasiliyus tries to capture him, but is killed by Ertugrul in a combat. To strengthen his ties with the Cavdars, Ertugrul requests Turgut to marry Aslihan, who accepts.
Ertugrul is also given the title of Uç Bey by Sultan Alaeddin, which angers Kopek who vows to destroy Ertugrul. In the end, Ertugrul is sent by Sultan to protect his eastern borders from Mongols.
They were ambushed because of Emir saddetins hints he gave to Tekfur Ares (the new Tekfur replacing Vasiliyus) resulting in Bamsi getting injured and Dervish Ishaq being martyred, Ertugrul is also seriously injured and captured by some slave traders.
In the fourth season, the Kayilar mourn Ertugrul’s death. Aslihan deals with the arrival of Bahadir Bey, her uncle who seeks her beylik. Meanwhile, Ertugrul is actually alive and captured by a slave trader. Dundar becomes the bey of the Kayilar and tries to sell Hanli Bazar and move back to Gundogdu’s tribe, but is stopped by the appearance of Ertugrul.
Ertugrul banishes Dundar and reclaims Hanli Bazar and declares war on the Byzantines after his son Gunduz is kidnapped by Ares. After Bahadir Bey’s treachery, Ertugrul executes him and conquers Karacahisar, leaving Ares to go on the run.
The conquest of Karacahisar leads to Ertugrul making a move against Kopek, whose treachery threatens the Seljuk state. Following a failed ambush, Ertugrul captures Ares and promises to set him free if he confesses to the Sultan about Kopek’s misdeeds.
The plan nearly works, however, Kopek is saved by Altun Aba and the Sultan’s wife Mahperi Hatun, who seeks to make her son Giyaseddin the Sultan. Kopek is exiled, and sends his men after Ares, who is saved when Ertugrul shows up. Ares converts to Islam and becomes Ahmet, and serves as a spy for Ertugrul. Sultan requests a meeting with Ertugrul, who explains everything to him.
However, the Sultan is poisoned by this meeting by Kopek, and dies in the hands of Ertugrul. Meanwhile, Turgut and Bamsi save their wives, Titan and Angelos are killed and the traitor Marya is caught. Giyaseddin becomes the new Sultan and imprisons Ertugrul until Ibn Arabi rescues him. Meanwhile, Gunalp Bey, Kopek’s adopted son captures Karacahisar and Ertugrul’s alps and tries to have them executed, only to be stopped by Ertugrul.
Ertugrul attempts to convince Gunalp of Kopek’s wrongdoings, but fails. Kopek kills Giyaseddin’s brother Kilic Arslan and seizes power in the palace. Giyaseddin issues an execution warrant for Kopek, who has enough power now to become the sultan.
Aslihan Hatun takes Aliyar’s sword and secretly leaves the tribe with the intention to kill Kopek. She fails causing her death and Sadettin to nearly die. With the help of Sungurtekin and Husamettin Karaca, Ertugrul chops off Kopek’s head in an epic showdown.
The feasts begin, but are cut short with Halime’s death following Osman’s birth. The Mongols start to make a move on Anatolia and Ogedei Han sends Bayju Noyan, back from the dead, as an envoy to the Seljuk.
Noyan and Ertugrul team up to deliver a peace treaty, but it is broken when Ogedei Han dies. Noyan’s sister, Alangoya, infiltrates the Kayi tribe and causes chaos, only to be killed by Hayme. The season concludes with the Kayi Tribe beginning their migration to Sogut, and Noyan planning his siege upon Anatolia, which is historically known as the Battle of Köse Dağ.