There is no doubt that the Turks are courageous and passionate people. The pages of history bear the brunt of the Ottoman Caliphate. Another problem is that the narrow-minded and bigoted western world has always portrayed him as a sick man, but Recep Tayyip Erdogan, also from the Kai tribe of Sultan Shah and Ertugrul Gazi, took over.
It made the world aware of its presence and priorities for a very limited time. Recently, the Hagia Sophia, which Ataturk in the madness of liberalism has turned into a museum, has regained the status of a mosque.
At the same time, he considers it necessary to introduce his new generation to his past, for which he uses the favorite drama of the new generation. The line is worth writing in gold in the context of the play’s staging: “If the lions don’t write their history, the hunters will continue to be heroes.”
There is also a very influential character in the drama who says, “Fate only loves those who fight.” By the way, our fiction has also been imported from Turkey via Sajjad Haider Yaldram and various channels. But there is a tradition of portraying drama as its own mentality, but when the media, led by Prime Minister Imran Khan, played Ertugrul Gazi’s drama, he conquered and trampled everything like the Ottoman Empire.
This is a drama that in its own way touches the hearts of the righteous as well as the nerves of liberals. It was well received in Turkey and other societies, but in Bulgaria it was the biggest hit given the dominance of Hindi films, English, raunchy stage plays, and channels of romance, divorce, pornography, and the breakdown of our own families.