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Serkan Çayoğlu returns to TV with historical epic Mehmed Fetihler Sultanı!

Serkan Çayoğlu returns to TV with historical epic Mehmed Fetihler Sultanı!

Renowned actor Serkan Çayoğlu is set to make a comeback to television with the upcoming series “Mehmed Fetihler Sultanı,” soon to be aired on TRT1. The first trailer of the historical drama, planned to illuminate the life of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror, has been unveiled.

Serkan Çayoğlu returns to TV series with the historical drama project named “Mehmed Fetihler Sultanı,” aiming to shed light on the life of the Ottoman Sultan who conquered Istanbul. Fans eagerly await the new role from the popular actor.

The series cast includes Selim Bayraktar, Fikret Kuşkan, Tuba Ünsal, Sinan Albayrak, Kenan Çoban, Bülent Alkış, Savaş Özdemir, Esila Umut, Ali Nuri Türkoğlu, and other notable names.

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The initial phase of the ongoing series was filmed at the Nour Cinema City studios in Iran. The internationally acclaimed star Ghassan Mesud took on the role of Eyüp el Ansari, with a special makeup team brought in from Iran and the United States.

Serkan Çayoğlu, active on sets since 2012, has become a globally recognized figure with significant projects. Starting with the series “Kuzey Güney,” he gained popularity with the project “Kiraz Mevsimi,” and his on-screen romance with Özge Gürel culminated in marriage last year.

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Known for his action-packed roles in projects like “Börü” and well-received performances in “Halka,” Serkan Çayoğlu has consistently made an impact in various TV and film productions. Following “Bir Zamanlar Kıbrıs,” he recently participated in the television series “Kader Bağları.”

Amidst recent attention for films like “Aaahh Belinda” and “Oregon,” Serkan Çayoğlu eagerly anticipates reuniting with his fans as the leading male actor in the series portraying the life of Fatih Sultan Mehmed.