Eight years have passed since the first broadcast of the TV series Kara Para Aşk (Black Money Love), starring Engin Akyürek and Tuba Büyüküstün. However, the echoes of the legendary series still continue in the world. Praise for the unforgettable series came from world-famous Hollywood actress Barbara Streisand, followed by record-breaking gymnast Nadia Comaneci.
Kara Para Ask was first broadcast on ATV on March 12, 2014. The series, which was broadcast abroad under the name Black Money Love, was a Ay Yapım project… Kara Para Ask, which also contributed a lot to the promotion of Turkey, took its place among the unforgettable productions.
The last celebrity to watch Kara Para Ask was the record holder gymnast Nadia Comaneci. Comaneci commented on Engin Akyürek’s Instagram account about 50 weeks ago. In this post, Engin Akyürek shared the new poster of the Sefirin Kızı series with Tuba Büyüküstün. Nadica Comaneci also wrote that she watched Kara Para Ask in the comments she made under this post and used emojis indicating that she liked the series.
Romanian athlete Nadia Comaneci is considered one of the most successful Gymnasts of all time. The athlete, who is 60 years old today and won 5 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze medals in the Olympics, is the second athlete in the world to receive 10 out of 10 from the entire jury at the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Although years have passed since its end, the series, which still maintains its influence, has recently become one of the most watched series on US Netflix. Kara Para Ask was previously one of the five most-watched TV shows on German Netflix. Kara Para Ask had Tuba Büyüküstün and Engin Akyürek in their lead roles gain a fan base from all over the world.
Hollywood’s famous actress Barbra Streisand also watched the Black Money Love series and shared a laudatory post. Streisand on Black Money Love “These two actors are amazing! And the rest of the cast… The drama grabs you so much that you can’t stop watching it,” she commented.
The series, directed by Ahmet Katiksız, was about the crossing of the paths of Ömer Commissioner, whose fiancee was killed, and Elif, the daughter of the man whose body was found next to his fiancee. The script of Kara Para Ask was written by Sema Ergenekon and Eylem Canpolat, the scriptwriters of the TV series Yargı (Judgment). The series, which was broadcast for two seasons in Turkey, was watched with great admiration.