The legendary story of Mehmet and his friends within the Ottoman state ready for the primary World War, the sole dream is that the resurrection and liberation of the state, and there's nothing quite a love of homeland in the heart. Watch Mehmetcik Kutul Amare Episode 1 Below...

Mehmetcik Kutul Amare Episode 1

This is the first Episode of Mehmetçik Kut’ül Amare with Urdu Subtitles.  In this Episode, Anwer Pasha is recruiting an special squad for Osmanic Battalion to ready for war. This squad is not just like other army Battalions but this is the group of bouncers. Anwer Pasha is training them in very hard conditions. Mehmet is the boy who has the courage and passion to save the Muslim countries from enemies and become a martyr.

Mehmet and Saeed are getting training from Wrestler Hasruv for elimination in Osmanic Battalion. He is training him very tough because for being selected in Osmanic Battalion is not an easy Job. The British are doing their dirty games with their secret plans like past. They have sent a spy cox to devastate the Osmanic Government to Istanbul. On the way, there is an Armenian spy also coming to Anwer pasha which is killed by this spy cox in the train. The enemy is still intriguing and using Muslims against Muslims. 

In 1916, the Kut’ul Amare military operation, which entered the records as the last great victory of the Ottoman Empire over the British breakdown, has been published on TRT 1 screens in a new sensation. The giant Squad shootings in Konya will tell the great finish that has been achieved within the historic project challenges. there’s a relentless struggle between Ottoman troopers and British soldiers in the desert, mountain heads and rivers ready for the primary World War.

If you want to know about the history of Mehmetcik Kutul Amare (Season 1), visit Wekipedia. And if you want to know about the actors of this drama series And their Real name and age, visit Erturul website.

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