Uyanis Buyuk Selcuklu History

Uyanış: Büyük Selçuklu (pronounced [ujænɯʃ byjyk seltʃuklu]lit. ’Awakening: Great Seljuk’) is a Turkish historical drama television series, written by Serdar Özönalan, directed by Sedat İnci and produced by Emre Konuk. It focuses on the life of Malik-Shah I, and his son, Ahmad Sanjar. It tells the story of the Seljuk Empire’s structure, political events and wars. In the series Turkish actor Buğra Gülsoy portrays Sultan Malik-Shah, and Ekin Koç portrays Sanjar. The television series premiered on 28 September 2020[1] and ended on 31 May 2021.[2]

The series was filmed on the TRT International Film Studios at various locations including Sakarya, Istanbul and Kocaeli. Turkish musician Gökhan Kırdar composed the opening theme while Kazakh musicians composed other music using instruments from the Turkic world. The television series went through a 13-month preparation time in which details were meticulously planned, although The Great Seljuks: Guardians of Justice includes a few historical inaccuracies. In 2021, the production company Akli Film was accused of mistreating its set workers. The television series has been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in Turkey.

The show has been well received in Turkey, being called a “record-breaking television series”, and it has been compared with other television series including Diriliş: Ertuğrul, which became popular globally. The Great Seljuks: Guardians of Justice gained popularity in Turkey because of the casting of famous actors, and it has become popular in countries like Bangladesh, Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan. The show won the Anatolia Media Awards in 2020, while Konuk won the Crystal Globe Awards in the same year. A prequel series, Alparslan: Büyük Selçuklu, focusing on the life of Alp Arslan, was released on 8 November 2021.[3][4]

Emre Konuk confirmed he had to do a lot of research on the historical figures presented in the series.[133] However, the TV series has a few historical inaccuracies. One is that the Seljuk state has been shown to be run by a nomadic tribe and that the Seljuks began to shed blood from the first episode when they actually were a people of peace. Turkish media has accepted that The Great Seljuks: Guardians of Justice is not a documentary but a historical TV series meaning and can include many fictionalised features.[134]


If You Want Watch Free Online

Click Here:

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.