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The shooting of the Balkan Ninnisi series started in Skopje, the first images attracted attention!

The shooting of the Balkan Ninnisi (Balkan Lullaby) series, one of the most ambitious productions that TRT 1 will screen in the summer season, started in Skopje on Saturday, May 15th. “Balkan Ninnisi”, which tells a love story in Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, divided by the Vardar River and joined by the Stone Bridge, will soon be on TRT 1 screens.

The series, which tells the sincere, extremely sincere and cheerful stories of the Balkan people, will draw attention with its master cast. Great interest in Erdal Özyağcılar in Skopje… The shooting of TRT1’s Balkan Ninnisi series started in Skopje, the first images attracted attention! one

The drama team, who came to Macedonia for the shooting, became the center of attention. Erdal Özyağcılar, the leading actor of the movie, was showered with love from the people of Skopje.

Shopkeepers, shoppers and tourists in the Turkish Bazaar in Skopje lined up to take a souvenir photo with Özyağcılar.

Erdal Özyağcılar, who also received great acclaim with his previous role in the TV series “Elveda Rumeli” (Farewell Rumelia), said that “Balkan Lullaby” is a magnificent story that will attract great attention both in the Balkans and in Turkey.

Stating that he came to Skopje 13 years after the much-loved TV series “Elveda Rumeli” shot in the Balkans, the master actor said, “The Balkan Ninnisi is a very sincere, warm, beautiful story. I play Köfteci Süleyman. Solomon has a sister, nephews, and son-in-law.

Our series is filmed in an Ottoman Mansion. The mansion is magnificent. So is my meatball shop. Locations, Skopje, the story is great. I think the audience will be interested in this series on TRT 1 screens as well.”

The impossible love of two young people from different nationalities…

“Balkan Ninnisi” tells the story of the struggle of two young people from different nationalities to achieve the impossible for the sake of their love in Skopje, which remained an Ottoman city for 600 years and where Turks and Albanians lived on one side and Macedonians on the other.

Doğan Ümit Karaca is the director of the “Balkan Ninnisi”, which will reflect sections from the lives of Turkish and Macedonian families and two young people who love each other to death, who met in a historical mansion as a twist of fate, whose lives had crossed before.

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