The Yargı (Judgment) series, which is broadcast on the Kanal D screen on Sunday evenings, has such a successful story setup that those who have watched the series from the very beginning have been able to follow it without getting bored. The scenario that Sema Ergenekon created with the experiences she gained by watching the cases at the Palace of Justice flows very successfully.
The cast of the series, especially Pınar Deniz and Kaan Urgancıoğlu, are doing their job very successfully. The character of Yekta, which can be described as a key role in the series, should be especially mentioned. The week is getting even more applause…
With its sophisticated scenario, Yargı brings millions to the screen, but the power of influence created by the characters has a great share in this success. The strength of character made each new episode of Yargı more and more intriguing. At this point, it is necessary to draw attention to Yekta, who does not compromise on insidiousness and evil.
Anibal Güleroğlu, one of the writers of Milliyet Blog, expressed how important Yekta, played by Uğur Polat, is for the series Yargı:
“I can’t help but say that Yekta Tilmen, brought to life by Uğur Polat, has a special place. Because Yekta, who came to the Justice Building and made haunting prosecutors almost a hobby, is almost in the position of the insidious evil of the “Yargı” with what she does both in her professional life and in private.
Yekta, who managed to get a lawyer diploma before completing his education, who did not hesitate to blow up the atmosphere so that this truth would not come out, who did not get tired of dealing with people, especially Ceylin, whom he believed to have ripped his son away from himself, and who made a habit of executing his cases with the logic of ‘whoever raises their voices wins’ and turned it into a show. In the case of ‘both strong’ guilty.
The greatest danger in his innocent-looking wickedness is ‘slyness’ masked by his boisterous presence!”
Yekta character makes a difference in the series Yargı… His actions are great evil, but this is a character that also reveals a fact of life… Yekta sees doing evil as a natural right. This character, who has the slyness to turn all kinds of tricks to clear himself, has become like the cute face of evil.