Bozkır Arslanı Celaleddin Synopsis And Cast: Turkish Drama

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Who are the players of Bozkır Arslanı Celaleddin? What is the synospis? What channel and when will the series be aired? 

Who are the players of Bozkır Arslanı Celaleddin? The question is curious. The period series, which tells the story of Celaleddin Harezmshah Mengüberti, the last ruler of the State of Harezmshah, will be broadcast on ATV screens with its first episode tonight. So, who are the players of the series? What is the plot story? Here is the detail .....

Appears as a series produced and designed by Mehmet Bozdag, producer of Kuruluş Osman series, directed by Metin Günay and directed by Nurgissa Almurat. Here is the subject and players of Bozkir Arslani Celaleddin...

Synopsis of Bozkir Arslani Celaleddin

The story of "Bozkir Arslani Celaleddin", who tried to unite the Islamic world from a great civil war and chaos in which it was dragged into it, gave the Mongols who ravaged the world a taste of the first defeat and destroyed their myth of invincibility...

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Bozkır Arslanı Celaleddin All Episode

Episode 1   Episode 2   Episode 3   Episode 4   Episode 5

Episode 6   Episode 7   Episode 8   Episode 9   Episode 10

Episode 11 Episode 12 Episode 13 Episode 14 Episode 15

Episode 16 Episode 17 Episode 18 Episode 19 Episode 20

Bozkır Arslanı Celaleddin 1st Episode

In the first episode of Bozkir Arslani Celaleddin, Shehzad Celaleddin, who went to Genghis Khan's headquarters, will change the balance with his surprise move. Gurgenc, the mighty capital of Harzemshah country, is in the grip of political strife. Sultan Alaeddin is disturbed by the concession granted to members of the Kipchak, which causes unrest in the capital. On the other hand, it is time to marry the prince Celaleddin, known as the lion hunter. As wedding preparations continue, an enemy emerges that is closely related to the fate of the country. This enemy, which could threaten the Harzemshah State, is none other than Genghis Khan, the founder of the Mongol state.

Sultan Alaeddin plans to send an envoy to Genghis Khan to show that he has no animosity with him, and this task is given to Timur Melik. Celaleddin's unexpected move at Genghis Khan's headquarters, which joined the secret caravan from his father, disrupts all of Sultan Alaedin's plans. Celaleddin, who prevented Genghis Khan from executing the beautiful Kutlu Bike, who murdered and captured his father, is subjected to a lethal test by Genghis Khan.

Cast of Bozkir Arslani Celaleddin

Emre Kıvılcım as Celaleddin

Born in Malatya on September 2, 1990, Emre Kıvılcım lived in his hometown of Malatya until the age of ten and then lived in Istanbul. He is also a Chemical Engineer, earned a master's degree in Occupational Safety Expertise and stopped working as an engineer after he became interested in acting.

He studied acting for a while on a scholarship at Sadri Alışık Cultural Center and appeared in front of the camera for the first time with the television film "Zeytinyağlı Yiyemem Aman", which was broadcast on Kanal 7 screens. Emre Kıvılcım started to appear in the series with the series "Elif" and gave life to the character of Selim in this series. The series received a lot of attention abroad and broke ratings records, especially in Asia and Latin America. 

Kaan Yalcin as Sultan Alaeddin

He was born in Ankara on May 20, 1975. After his first secondary and high school education, he graduated from Bilkent University Theater Department. The actor first appeared on camera in the film Son Tombdar. 

Yulduz Radjabova as Kutlubike

Yulduz Radjabova is an Uzbek film and television actor. Born in Uzbekistan, 1987. He is a graduate of Tashkent State Art Institute. Since 2013, he has appeared in many films and series in Uzbekistan. In 2021, mendirman Celaleddin / Jaloliddin, a co-star of Turkey-Uzbekistan, starred in the series.

Gulnay Kalkan as Türkan Hatun

He was born in Ankara on April 26, 1959. He spent a long period of his childhood and life in Ankara. At the age of 14, he entered ankara state conservatory theater department as a student, graduated from the higher department of theater. He started his career as an artist at Ankara State Theatre. He has appeared in many plays and has also worked as a voice actor in various films and series.

Jovahir Zakirov as Genghis Khan

Uzbek actor and musician. Born in Uzbekistan, 1972. Javohir Zokirov, who is both an actor and a musician, starred in 'The Last Darling Bulgaria' in 2019. In 2021, he was part of the turkish-Uzbek series Bozkir Arslani Celaleddin.

Cemal Hünal as Behram

He was born in Istanbul on October 2, 1976. After two years of studying at Saint Benoit French High School, he was sent to Gordonstoun International Summer School in Scotland by his parents due to a disciplinary issue. After high school, she decided to study design in London, where she lived for a while and then went to Los Angeles to study acting. He studied theater and cinema at UCLA, Santa Monica College and the London Film School. 

Sezgin Erdemir as Temur Melik

He was born in Istanbul on January 12, 1976. He graduated from Akdeniz University tourism management and hotel management. The successful actor, who has been acting for many years, has become known and loved for his series Coach Me. In addition to the series, he has appeared in many films. 

Rano Shodiyeva as Ayçiçek

Born on August 12, 1979, Tashkent actor Rano Shodiyeva starred in the 2006 film Vatan. Rano Shodiyeva is married and has three children. 

Ferhat Yilmaz as Shamseddin

Ferhat Yilmaz, who was born in 1973, made his name as Rambo Berk in Yilan Hikaye (The Snake Story), which ran on television from 1999 to 2001. He was then part of the BKM team from 2004 to 2006. Ferhat Yilmaz, who has appeared in many films, has also been a guest star in many series. Ferhat Yilmaz is originally from Samsun.

Rayhon Ulasenova as Mihricihan

Rayhon Ulasenova was born in Tashkent, capital of Uzbekistan, in 1982. She is the eldest child of the family and has brothers Jahongir Mirzo, Ayhon Iforzoda and Zulayho Iforzoda. Rayhon Ulasenova lived with his family in Namangan for several years due to his father's profession in his youth. Then they returned to Tashkent. Rayhon Ulasenova, who joined a dance club after returning to D.C., danced regularly and won many awards until graduating from high school. After graduating from high school, he studied at Uzbek State University of Arts and Culture. 

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