The original Turkish title of 'Fatmagul' is 'Fatmagul Sucu Ne (What is Fatmagul's Fault?)'
Deepto TV, a popular Bangladeshi private television channel, will air a new Turkish series titled “Fatmagul,” along with the reboot of their widely popular Turkish historical fiction television series “Sultan Suleiman,” from June 2. Both TV series are dubbed in Bangla.
The original Turkish title of “Fatmagul” is “Fatmagul Sucu Ne (What is Fatmagul's Fault?),” produced by Ay Yapım, and broadcast on Turkish TV channel Kanal D. The series, released in 2010, revolves around Fatmagul and Kerim who are the lead characters of the series. Fatmagul, a small town girl, is raped one night by three drunk guys named Erdogan, Selim and Vurl. Kerim is friends with these three and was present during this incident. He did not take any part in it but is in remorse as he was present during the incident. Later on, the lawyer uncle and parents of these local rich goons pressurize Fatmagul to marry Kerim by bribing her sister in law. Fatmagul has a fiance named Mustafa who wants revenge for this incident. This makes the couple leave their hometown and come to Istanbul. The story revolves further when Kerim falls in love with Fatmagul, and supports her in the fight against her rapists. “Fatmagul” will air on Deepto TV from June 2, Saturday to Friday, on 9:30pm.
Deepto TV will also re-telecast their massively popular show “Sultan Suleiman”, dubbed in Bangla, to contain rising demands from the viewers. Written by Meral Okay and Yılmaz Şahin, the Turkish historical fiction is based on the life of Ottoman Sultan, Süleiman the Magnificent, the longest reigning Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, and his wife Hürrem Sultan, a slave girl who later became Sultana.
Within the first two months of its release in Bangladesh back in 2017, Sultan Suleiman received the highest TV program ratings in Bangladesh. The reboot of its Bangla dub will be aired from June 2, from Saturday to Friday at 7:30pm.