Ibrahim Celikkol's preparation for the war scenes took 5 hours ...

Mest-i Aşk Mevlana project continues to shoot with famous actors. The film, which is a joint production between Turkey and Iran, is preparing to be released in 2020. The film is directed by Hassan Fathi. The scenario of the project is signed by Hasan Fathi and Farhad Tohidi.

As the shooting continues with great precision and care, the battle scenes, one of the most challenging scenes, have been completed outside of Istanbul. İbrahim Çelikkol, one of the most powerful characters of Mest-i Aşk Mevlana, portrays Alexander, a Seljuk soldier. After meeting with the Hz. Muhammad, Alexander experienced great contradictions in the way of the love of  Wisdom and in fact, he was fighting the greatest war with himself. Meanwhile, he is on his way to solving the biggest cause of his life.

Mest-i Aşk Mevlana project will be one of the most talked about. The battle scene shooting took 5 hours actor Ibrahim Celikkol preparations . A lot of extras and effects were used in these highly demanding scenes. Mest-i Aşk Turkish cinema will leave its mark on the year 2020 with the scenes and story that will bring a lot of voice among the period films.

The film "Mest-i Aşk Mevlana" ("Drunk love Mevlana" ) is transferred to the big screen in 2020 with a giant cast of actors!!!
Director: Hassan Fathi
Producer: Mehran Boroomad
Cinematographer: Morteza Poursamadi
Writer: Farhad Tohidi, Hassan Fathi
Make up: Iman Omidvari
Music: Sohrab Pournazeri, Homayoun Shajarian
Actors: Shahab Hosseini, Parsa Pirouzfar, Hesam Manzour, Ibrahim Celikkol, Selma Ergec, Hande Ercel, Bensu Soral, Boran Kuzum, Burak Tozkoparan.
Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi was an Anatolian holy man who gave hope and inspiration to humanity. He was born in 1207 in the city of Balkh, Horasan, present day in Afghanistan (or in the village of Wakhsh, present day in Tajikistan) and died in 1273 in Konya. He took his first lessons from his father Bahaeddin Veled, who was known as “sultan of scholars”. While he was studying Sufism, in 1244, he met Ahi Sems Tebrizi, and after this meeting his own ideas began to emerge. He fell under his spell that the emergence of Mevlana as mystic poet is traced to the effect Semseddin Tebrizi had on him. It is his poems about Sufism, however, for which he is chiefly remembered, respected and admired today.
Mevlana’s students were called Kitap-el Esrar (Clerks of the Secret). They were composed of men and women from many different faiths, including Muslims, Christians, Jews, Iranians, Armenians, Rums and Turks. Mevlana's students from different cultures and religions collected his poems and preserving them as a gift to later generations.

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