Bir Çocuk Sevdim

Bir Çocuk Sevdim (English title: The Girl I Loved) is a Turkish drama television series produced by Turkish Media Corporation (TMC Film) starring Bülent İnal, Çetin Tekindor, Gülcan Arslan and Hakan Kurtaş. It premiered on September 9, 2011 and ended on June 18, 2012.[1]

Bir Çocuk Sevdim
GenreFamily drama
Written byGaye Boralıoğlu
Sema Ali Erol
Figen Şakacı
Emine Algan
Ümit Kıvanç
Directed byCevdet Mercan
StarringBülent İnal
Çetin Tekindor
Gülcan Arslan
Hakan Kurtaş
Country of originTurkey
Original languageTurkish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes79
Production
ProducerTimur Savcı
Production locationIstanbul
Running time90 minutes
Production companyTMC
Release
Original networkKanal D (2011)
Star TV (2012)
Original releaseSeptember 9, 2011 (2011-09-09) –
June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18)

PlotEdit

Turan and Esmahan have three children: Emine, the unmarried oldest daughter, Erdal, a silly son and Mine, the younger daughter who is beautiful and romantic. They seem to have a happy middle class family, notwithstanding some issues arising from Emine being jealous of Mine and being unable to get married. Mine is in love with Sinan, a young man from a rich family. Sinan has just finished his university and is planning to go America for further studies. Mine and Sinan are deeply in love with each other and they don't care about their different family backgrounds and want to live together in harmony for a long time. Neither Mine's, nor Sinan's, parents know about their relationship. However, a shopkeeper from Mine's neighbourhood catches Mine sitting with Sinan in his car and tells her father, Turan. As Mine comes from a conservative family, this makes Turan furious and he visits Mine's college. Her class fellows tell Turan that Mine hasn't come to college for the past few days. Turan confronts Mine and warns her to be careful. After a few days later, Mine leaves to visit Sinan at his home, where she meets his father. She overhears the conversation between Sinan and his father, who was telling him that Mine is not on their standard and Sinan deserves someone better. Mine is disheartened hearing this and leaves without telling Sinan. When she comes back home, her father is furiously waiting for her, as it is midnight. He yells at her asking her where she had been, and she faints. Her family takes her to the hospital where they come to know that Mine is pregnant with Sinan's child. This leaves Mine's family furious and very upset. Mine's father takes her phone away and locks her in her room when she refuses to tell him who the father of the child is. Sinan keeps trying to contact Mine by calling her and messaging her.

CastEdit

Actor/Actress Character
Bülent İnal Timur Gurhan
Çetin Tekindor Turan Senol
Gülcan Arslan Mine Senol Gurhan
Hakan Kurtaş Sinan
Şefika Ümit Tolun Esmahan Senol
Onuryay Evrentan Emine Senol
Arzu Gamze Kılınç Süreyya
Gülçin Santırcıoğlu Sebahat
İnan Ulaş Torun Erdal Sinol
Müjde Uzman Derin
Ezgi Çelik Ayten
Cansu Koç Funda Sinol
Bülent Alkış Kerem
İlayda Alişan Merve Gurhan
Saydam Yeniay Bekir
Mine Tüfekçioğlu Seda
Uğur Demirpehlivan Sevim
Yiğit Kutlu Öztürk Deniz
Aybars Kartal Özson Hasan
Hüseyin Taş Berber
Derya Beşerler Narin
Görkem Türkeş Serkan
Ufuk Aşar Manav Şükrü
Serap Eyüboğlu Saniye

International broadcastsEdit

Country Network Premiere date Original name
  Northern Cyprus Kanal D (2011)
Star TV
September 9, 2011 Bir Çocuk Sevdim
  Greece Mega Channel November 27, 2012 Το Κορίτσι που Αγάπησα
  North Macedonia Kanal 5 2012 Девојката која ја сакав
  Arab League OSN 2012 أحببت طفلة
  Lebanon LBCI December 12, 2012
  Pakistan Express Entertainment September 23, 2013 Meenay - Mera Pyaar
  Bulgaria Diema Family December 9, 2013 Момичето, което обичах
  Israel Viva 2015 The Girl I Loved[2]
  Romania Euforia Lifestyle TV June 30, 2015 Curajul iubirii

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bir Çocuk Sevdim". Diziler. Retrieved October 9, 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Oהנערה שאהבתי - על הסדרה" (in Hebrew). Viva. Retrieved October 9, 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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