Mehmetçik Kut’ül Amare EPISODE 19 Season 01 with Urdu Subtitles

Hello Viewers! This is Episode No 19 of Mehmetçik Kut’ül Amare Season 01 with Urdu Subtitles by GiveMe5.Watch Mehmetcik Kutul Amare Episode 19 with Urdu Captions. You are watching Mehmetcik Kutul Amare Season 1 Episode 19 with Urdu Captions and 1080p Ultra HD Quality. In the unbelievable story of Mehmet and his companions in the Ottoman state ready for WWI, the main dream is the revival and freedom of the state, and there is just an affection for the country in the heart.The story happens in the period 1914-1916. During this period, the Ottoman Domain battled the Understanding countries including England and France. The Ottoman Realm is battling on various fronts. One of the most difficult fronts is the Kot Al-Amari front on the Iraqi boundary. Suleiman Al-Askari (Kan Tasaner) is searching for the most skilled candidates for the gathering that will battle in Kotul Amar. Mehmet (Ismail Ej Sasmez) is a vagrant raised by Jundi Khosrow (Sardar Gokhan) with his companion Sait (Semih Erturk). Khosrow is a fruitful warrior who battled for his country in different conflicts. Mehmed and Sait prepared hard so they could battle in the Ottoman armed force.

Muhammed and Sight resemble two opponent siblings. They are aggressive young fellows striving to join the Ottoman powers and battle for their nation’s freedom. Their diligent effort eventually fills this need, and they finished practically all assessments to be chosen for the unique powers administered by Suleiman al-Askari. Nonetheless, when Sight can’t take shots at the objective, Muhammed assists his sibling with breezing through his toxophilism assessment. Yet, their duplicity was gotten by Suleiman Al-Askari. Muhammad has chosen for the Exceptional Power thanks to his prosperity and aspiration. Nonetheless, his sibling Sait was not chosen because of his shooting mistakes.

In the mean time, English covert operative Cox (Ilker Aksum) comes to Istanbul. He is determined to unleash ruin in the Ottoman Domain. To achieve his main goal, he would utilize minorities like Greeks, Armenians, and Middle Easterners living under the Ottoman Realm. By supporting these minorities and giving them arms, Cox needs to open new fronts inside the nation and debilitate the force of the Ottoman Domain. At the point when Cox shows up in Istanbul, he meets another English government operative, Victoria (Eva Didova), to complete his detestable arrangement. While going to their mystery place, the Ottoman warriors remembered them. Cox and Victoria utilize their weapons to get away.

Muhammad chooses to join the power that will go to Iraq. He left Istanbul and boarded the train that would covertly ship the warriors to Iraq. Muhammad starts another excursion in the bubbling sands of the desert to forfeit his life for his country. On his excursion he meets the wonderful young lady Zeynep (Ozgu Kaya) and falls head over heels for her.Mehmetçik Kut’ül Amare” is a Turkish television series that portrays the Gallipoli Lobby during The Second Great War. The series follows the narrative of a fighter named Mehmet who enlists in the Ottoman Armed force to protect his country against unfamiliar trespassers.

All through the series, Mehmet and his confidants face various difficulties and difficulties as they battle against the English, Australian, and New Zealand troops. The show additionally investigates the individual existences of the fighters and their families, as well as the political and social environment of the time.

The title of the show, “Mehmetçik,” is a nickname used to allude to youthful warriors in Turkish. “Kut’ül Amare” alludes to a fight that occurred in Mesopotamia during The Second Great War, where the Ottoman Armed force was blockaded by English and Indian powers.The show has been commended for its portrayal of the Gallipoli Lobby and its consideration regarding verifiable exactness. It has additionally been scrutinized for its depiction of the Ottoman fighters as chivalrous and temperate, while portraying the English and Unified powers as heartless and despicable.

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